Bum in a tux (CB115)
This wood was 'picked up of the street' and dressed up in a 26 mm Tuxedo knot. Common in Europe and North America, Douglas Fir (or something similar to that) is commonly used as a crating timber to ship car parts in, here by us many will call it 'Oregon pine' Whatever the species or origin, this one is up-cycled and ready for service! Synthetic brushes are very popular at the coastal regions or where humidity is a problem, they dry quick and are generally very hygienic. A nice, mobile brush at 46 grams with a total height of 100 mm and the loft set at 61 mm.