See the second image above for all of the particulars of size.
The "Rein Dachs Klassik" knot uses a stiffer, springier hair type, and is set slightly deeper within the handle and with a shorter loft than the classically-formed 3-band "Silberspitz" designation. These particular Germans will not refer to this stuff as "2-band silvertip", because they staunchly and declaratively decree there's no such thing as hair stock with the black band region so long that's as equally soft-tipped as their "Silberspitz" hair. In fact they only import what you see here at our request because we believe the USA market's infatuated with stable knots without scratchy tips; it is a pretty good knot to me, if ever so slightly given some "scritch" as the kids like to say. In cold German, our invoices refers to these as merely "badger with black stripe". Remember that if you ignore for a moment the very real influence of demand on price, in terms of what is available on the animals themselves, these so-called "2-band" hair stocks were and are much more common than true "3-band silvertip" hair stocks. That is clearly, and honestly, reflected in the price we pay to acquire these models, and the price we charge you.
$32 Each (USA) Choose Yours From Images of Our Actual Stock Shown Below!
True to German form, even with something made by hand, the variances of knot/handle dimensions are so small as not to warrant measurement/display
All pieces with ~20x52mm knot (±0.5mm)
You'll receive the exact brush YOU choose;
Not exactly a value item, but if you're like Phil Hartman's "The Anal Retentive Chef" character (guilty here), the Geo F. Trumper shaving soaps in a bowl are a rather perfect match to these brushes
this is the most popular model 'house brand' brush, by far, and these are the last of the Mohicans until the Germans return from their summer holidays and can begin making for us anew...so if you want one before late Sep., you're looking @ what you can get
We must collect sales tax if shipped within Florida.