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Brass Razor Stand
Chrome-plated brass razor holder made for the Muhle safety razor, but fits most any safety razor (probably all). Hanging the razor in the stand will keep it dry and help maintain the sharpness of the blade. 1.22” high. Made in Germany. (more info)
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Leaving the razor on the countertop all the time is no way to behave like a self-respecting wet shaving devotee. You can do better.
Shaving is one of those glorious male traditions that has become a lost art with the advent of plastic disposable razors. Wet shaving, however, is a skill and a tradition, one that gives you a smoother, more effective shave.
Having a place for your razor not only maintains it and keeps it as the prime mover in the whole grooming routine, but it saves it from being bumped off the sink ledge and smashing to the floor. When you have a place to put your razor, it becomes a respected object and a reminder not to whip and slip and raze your face in a hurry on your way out the door. The wet shave routine is one to look forward to.
The brass razor stand fits your safety razor - and most safety razors - fine, and will keep up your reputation as a tactful groomer.
After a shave, slide the razor into the holder, razor head down, to keep it off the counter.
Now under the Hans-Jürgen Müller GmbH & Co. KG conglomerate, Muehle is based in Stützengrün, Germany where crafters pore endlessly over product design and construction. Known for their signature badger-hair shaving brushes, Muehle also produces fine razors, soaps, creams and shaving kits.
Buffalo horn, urushi lacquer, bog oak, and velvet steel are just a few of the materials that are used in producing Muehle’s brushes and razors. Both luxurious and robust, Muehle’s basic materials are its trademark. Handcrafted in completely dust-free environments on vibration-cancelling granite tables, Muehle’s products are not to be decorative; rather, they are begging to be used.
Chrome plated brass