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Pioneered and developed in the early 1970's by Robert Simmons, this remarkable combination of synthetic fibers has the same spring, sharp point and clean working edge of pure red sable. All brushes are made with seamless nickel plated brass ferrules and lacquer dipped hard wood handles of beech wood from the forests of Maine. The wood is kiln dried then protected by five coats of lacquer.
Although primarily a watercolor brush, the White Sable works well with all media, and on a variety of surfaces.
Good for: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor