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January 2018 Acquisitions

Discussion in 'General Shaving' started by Sid James, Tuesday January 2, 2018.

  1. shaunwistow

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    Meh, edited :;
     
  2. Sid James

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    Danger.
     
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  3. Bulgarian Rose perfume, which I will use to add fragrance to unscented XPEC cream and some old soaps.
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  4. culcreuch

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    A ZY Spanish Point with Ebony Scales. The case was a pleasant surprise!

    Looking forward to trying this once it has been honed:)
     
  5. That is beautiful but it scares the life out of me just by looking at it Brian. :eek: :)
     
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  6. culcreuch

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    Time will tell.....perhaps you have more sense than me!
     
  7. Bought a bottle of Acqua di Selva Aftershave, I've asked about it in Aftershave/Colognes thread but there was no answer so bought a bottle, it is a very nice and refreshing aftershave, in my opinion; would suit more hot or warmer days, scent is very similar Pino Silvestre and when I say similar I mean almost same.
     
  8. As mentioned in another thread an ATT M2 from a kind chap on the forum.

    No pics yet as I will not be home until Tuesday and asked to be posted the same so as to avoid the 'yet another package?' Syndrome
     
  9. Rohleder

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    Thought I'd really push the boat out and and bought a pack of BIC 1 Sensitives... Never tried them before as when I began this lark Mach III marketing was already in full swing.
     
  10. image.jpg My birth year boar brush made for me by @Steven_Jagger, the knot is an Omega 48 and the handle is a beautiful peice of turned yew wood. The coin of course is a 1965 old one penny. Like my other Omega 48 this will be used for bowl lathering and will take pride of place amongst my other brushes. I supplied the knot and the coin and Steven worked his magic on the handle and the assembly. He was very patient with me and I got exactly what I wanted down to the last millimetre. So a big thank you to you Steven, you have done a great job. :) Paul . image.jpg
     
  11. culcreuch

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    That is beautiful work!
     
  12. patw

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    It's a cracker Paul,many happy lathers with it. ;)
     
  13. Cheers Pat, yes it is, Steven has done a first class job on it and I look forward to whipping up a great lather in my bowl :) P.
     
  14. A lovely peice of Irish Yew, just the job :) P.
     
  15. shaunwistow

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    Welcome to the club Paul, love my brush
     
  16. I think I'm the second on this forum after you but I'm sure there will be many more, I'm already thinking of my next brush from Steven, he does great work. :) P.
     
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  17. I will mate, it's always nice using quality kit. :) P.
     
  18. That is stunning Paul. The wood just pops.
    Enjoy it in good health mate. :)
     
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  19. Cheers M8 :) P.
     
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