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Winsor & Newton Cirrus Kolinsky Sable Artists' Brushes

Winsor & Newton Cirrus Kolinsky Sable Artists Brushes
Have you ever wanted to buy a pure Kolinsky sable brush but felt it was too expensive? Winsor & Newton have now developed a new range of pure sable brushes which give you the quality and performance you demand at a price you can afford. From over 100 years ago when brushes were first added to the Winsor & Newton range, the diversity and the output of artists' brushes has increased manyfold to meet the demands of discerning artists the world over. Today, Winsor & Newton, makers of the world's finest sable brush, the Series 7, first made for Queen Victoria, constantly innovate and improve the quality of their brushes, maintaining one of the largest ranges of artists' brushes available. Sable hair is an excellent material for artists' brushes. Each individual hair has a belly which tapers to a perfect point. When the hair is formed together the hairs form a point which springs back into shape during and after use. In addition, to the shape, the hair is covered in natural ‘scales' which increase the surface area, resulting in excellent colour carrying capacity. The new Cirrus range has been developed to give the artist a quality sable at an affordable price. The comprehensive range of suitable head shapes and sizes offers a brush for your every need. Cirrus brushes are made from pure Kolinsky Sable. Each brush is carefully hand made by the skilled Winsor & Newton brush makers.
Winsor & Newton Cirrus Kolinsky Sable Artists' Brushes
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