Shaving set with silvertip badger shaving brush, double wire stand & double edge safety razor with beautiful "Barley" pattern metal finish.
Edwin Jagger, Europe's leading manufacturer of finest hand made shaving equipment, has combined modern manufacturing technology and traditional Sheffield hand skills to produce the traditionally shaped, smooth all metal Chatsworth Range. Machined from solid brass, hand polished and triple plated with copper, nickel and blue white chrome these items are all hand assembled and finished. This three piece, hand made set The set comprises a flawless Chatsworth, all metal razor, matching hand filled silvertip badger shaving brush together with a smart double wire stand.
Posted by Sheldon on 19th May 2013
I started de shaving with a Edwin Jagger De86 using astra blades and grew very fond of this verses the cartridge razors, fast forward 6 months and I moved onto my first silvertip badger brush.
As I have progressed I have been looking up many of the competing models, I finally decided on the Chatsworth set but was a little concerned at it been twice the weight of my de86, and how this may affect my shave.
As long as you allow the shave to do the work it gives a beautiful shave, the finish is stunning and the Chatsworth badger brush is just as amazing as the rest odd the set in both function and finish.
For the person who wants the ultimate in shaving, this is the way to go, it's expensive but you sure do get what you pay for.
Posted by Tim Barrow on 9th Oct 2011
This razor weighs around 110g, handle length around 7cm/4 inches. By letting the razor do the work you don't need to press. It can also be used as a short handled razor simply by holding it further up the handle, while the rest counterbalances. Quite a heavy razor though. The shave is very smooth and mild, and not aggressive. I'm currently using Wilkinson Sword Classic razor blades, but do try out a blade sample pack to see what works best. A lovely razor, made in Sheffield, England.
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