Edwin Jagger Best Badger Shaving Brush With Drip Stand, Imitation Ivory, Medium

Edwin Jagger Faux Ivory Best Badger handmade English shaving brush. These fabulous Edwin Jagger shaving brushes are created in Sheffield, England combining cutting edge technology and traditional craftsman skills and using selected polyester material for the brush body. All are hand filled with excellent quality best badger hair. Best badger hair is an excellent quality brush for those wet shavers who use a hard shaving soap, prefer a rather firmer sensation during lathering or those with coarser beard hair; badger hair is chosen because the ability of the individual hairs to absorb hot water during the shave will ensure a very effective lathering performance for your daily shave with either shaving cream or shaving soap. Each comes packaged with a matching plastic drip stand as we always recommend that, after daily use, shaving brushes are thoroughly rinsed in warm water and hung to dry. This brush comes packaged in a blue box with an Edwin Jagger logo and is accompanied by care instructions to ensure longevity. A fabulous gift.

Product Features

  • Used with Edwin Jagger shaving cream or soap Best badger hair generates rich lather for great shaving result
  • Medium size & weight ideal for all wet shavers
  • Softens and lifts beard hair for closer longer lasting shave
  • Handmade in England by Edwin Jagger
  • Comes with matching drip stand for storage and drying purposes

December 18, 2014 - Comment
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3 thoughts on “Edwin Jagger Best Badger Shaving Brush With Drip Stand, Imitation Ivory, Medium

  1. Ron says:

    Great Badger Shaving Brush I have been shaving for over 40 years. That’s a long time and a lot of shaves! I started out many years ago with a shaving mug, a cake of soap and a double edge razor. Over the years, I dabbled with electric razors, but I always felt that the shave was not as close as with a razor with an actual blade. For many years now, I have used cartridge razors. They are handy, work well with shaving creams available in just about all department/grocery stores, and rarely produce nicks or cuts… if…

  2. Mike Conyngham says:

    Shave supplies advice I hope this helps someone out there that is deciding on getting serious about shaving properly. Its simple, get a good brush and a good cake of soap. You don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars, just be sensible, and do a little research. I stated out with a cheap brush (about $7) and fell for some soap that some people make and sell from basic ingredients and scented oils but they know NOTHING about shaving soap. First, when they try to tell you not to expect much lather from their soap,…

  3. luke roinson says:

    Fantastic brush! I’ve been using this brush now for about six months and it is just simply a flat out great product. It is soft enough to face lather with, holds just the right amount of water and has enough backbone to tackle anything you throw at it.This was my first badger brush purchase, but since then I’ve acquired multiple Shavemac silvertips and a handful of more expensive brushes. After thorough experimentation, this is still my favorite brush. While not quite as soft as the silvertips, it’s…

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