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Semogue 1520 Painted Handle Boar Bristle Shaving Brush, 21mm

by Semogue
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SKU SEM-1520
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The Semogue 1520 pure bristle shaving brush features beautiful painted wood handle that is filled with the finest quality pure bristle available. The 1520 has dyed bristles - which is the only thing differentiating it from the 1460. Bristle brushes are prized among wet shavers who enjoy the stiffer feel and exfoliating effect they have on the skin and are also very popular with users of shaving soaps.

Each Semogue brush is hand-made in Portugal to the highest quality standards.

Handle Diameter: 29mm
Handle Length: 50mm
Loft: 50mm
Knot: 21mm 

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  • Unused items (except samples) may be returned within 10 days for a full refund or store credit. For orders that qualified for free or reduced shipping, if a return causes the resulting total order size to be under the free shipping threshold (currently $59.00), the actual cost of shipping we paid will be reduced from your refund. Used products may not be returned, and all sales are final on Samples.

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Josi S.
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I've had my semogue for almost a year now, and i've loved it so far. The boar hair is quality and offers great backbone when lathering. Despite the great shaving experience, the brush has been having some issues recently. The paint has been chipping on the handle quite easily, which isn't that big of a deal. The biggest issue is the knot falling out of the handle. I tried putting epoxy in the handle and setting it for a while, but it has been having some side to side play. This is unfortunate since I've heard great things about semogue brushes.