Da Vinci Watercolor Brush
Limited Edition - 2020 Selection
Made in Germany
We only have two of these - once they are gone, they are gone!
This is one of the most special and beautiful brushes I have ever had the pleasure to hold. It is a quill style brush, which means it features a plastic ferrule (traditionally, this ferrule was made from bird's quills) that is wrapped with wire. The bristles are Casaneo, which is an imitation natural hair that is springier than squirrel, but very absorbent (like squirrel hair). The subtle purple Raffir wood handle is engraved with the makers name and which number of the edition the brush is. The brush handle is tipped with an Italian Ethergraf (non-toxic) metalpoint tip for traditional drawing (Leonardo da Vinci used this method at times).
Includes leather brush sleeve and signed, numbered certificate.
Yes, this brush is spendy. It is also exquisitely and specially made. Just something a little extra special I had the opportunity of sharing with you.
Tip: To extend the life of any paintbrush, use a pocket mister to spray down your watercolor pans a few minutes before you dive in and begin using them. This saves your brush bristles from the extra fatigue and wear-and-tear of re-wetting each color.
Brush Care: After use, simply rinse your watercolor brushes in clean water, reshape the point with your fingers and, if possible, lay them horizontally with heads off the edge of your surface to dry completely. Avoid storing wet brushes in any kind of sealed container to prevent mold or degradation of the glue at the base of the bristles.
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