Transcender Hematite 24mm Brush 5 blade Razor

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Hematite 24mm Brush 5 blade Razor

Grounded and balanced, fused together with crimson box alder, this bespoke shaving set will not only exceed your performance expectations, but will enhance your morning ritual. 24mm High Mountain White Badger Hair knot will whip up the lather and stand the beard up for the perfect close shave. Paired with the 5 blade razor for that comfortable feel, it is the perfect set for home or travel.
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The beginning of a legacy

Transcend your shaving ritual.  The Mineral Series Shaving sets demand your attention, your focus, on your terms, your energy.  This is the beginning of your time, your heritage, your culture.  It's the rituals in life that make each day enjoyable. Starting your day sipping on coffee made from the finest beans and turning the pages of your morning newspaper. Indulge your senses, tap into your untamed inner wild.

Mineral Series set comes with a 24mm HMW brush or 20mm Silvertip, Rattlestick knots are of the highest quality and the handles turned for comfort and weight.

The safety razors used are Edwin Jagger or Merkur (double edge) both the finest single blade razors available. Our Rattlestick designed stainless steel component razors come in a three blade (Gillett Mach 3) or five blade (Gillette Fusion).

Single brush and razor stands are included for the Transcender Series.  Packaged in a Canadian Black Walnut box, with antler splines, handle made by Rattlestick.

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Jagged edges, raw, uncut, and uncensored beauty radiating an inner brilliance. Forged by nature in an ordered internal structure - purposeful if you will. The final form, whether a single mineral or an aggregate represents symmetry, balance, and the willingness to be transformed. Mineral reminds us to never forget our raw beginnings.


Box Alder, Rhodochrosite, Black Tourmaline, resin, stainless steel razor components, 20mm Silvertip Badger Hair knot

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British GQ Made in Alberta Awards 2019 Made in Alberta Awards 2019