With a fine ivory-colored handle to fit any decor, the Edwin Jagger Synthetic Silvertip Fibre Handmade English Shaving Brush has synthetic silver-tip badger hair for a longer lasting and softer appeal. Use with any shaving cream and soap for rich lather. Made in Sheffield in the traditional style, this brush can be ordered in four separate sizes. This is the Large variation.
Started in 1988, the Edwin Jagger family owned business has interesting and innovative designs in the personal grooming area. With great natural shaving products and a fine attention to detail, their male and female grooming items have a state-of-the-art design and wonderful results. From improving facial skin tone to a close, clean shave, your Edwin Jagger product will last throughout the years. Choose this brand for creativity, luxuriousness, and fine quality —either as a gift or for yourself.
Knot diameter: 22 mm
Handle height: 50 mm
Overall height: 106 mm
Handle diameter at narrowest point: 27 mm
Made in England
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So I've spend a lot... I mean ALOT on best badger brush from Simpson. I bought the Duke... the Commodore and I forget the other. They all work well for a while them start losing hairs like crazy... to the point where it become super gross. Maybe the water that I soaked them in was too hot and ruined the glue... maybe when I switched to warm water I didn't soak enough. I really don't know. But now with this brush there are latterly no "hairs" falling out and NO screwing around, soaking, not soaking, drying etc. Just face lather, shave and be done with it. Does it feel a little different and lather a little differently than badger? Sure, but the brush is a big win... if I ever need a new one, it'll buy this again.
Plastic fibers that don't absorb water. This brush still lathers as well, though it feels different, as my expensive Simpsons badger brushes. Low maintenance, no sense soaking before lathering, no need to dry after shaving. Always clean and dry, inexpensive, ethical. No turning back for me, makes badger hair brushes obsolete.
Recent addition to the arsenal. I made the switch from a best badger brush (branded for a local shop) to this after reading an article on Sharpologist praising the new Synthetic Silvertip. I was skeptical because I had used a cheap-o wilkinson synthetic from Shopper's before moving to a badger brush, and there was no comparison performance wise, but with years of battling skin irritation in the lower neck area (originally razor burn, but after switching to DE from carts, that went away, but there remained some irritation), and a history of allergy to animal fur, I suspected that it might be a reaction to the badger brush. First off, after the switch I noticed immediate improvement in the lower neck area irritation. Secondly, the brush retains heat exceptionally and loads/lathers exceptionally. The performance level is well above that of my last badger brush, with incredible softness. It compares performance wise to the couple of shaves I've had using a borrowed silver tip badger brush, with the plus of not causing the irritation, and no animal funkiness for the first few uses as with a new badger brush...