Edwin Jagger Chatsworth Horn Shaving Brush (Best Badger)

Edwin Jagger Chatsworth Horn Shaving Brush (Best Badger)
Product Code: LHCSBbb

Was £39.00

Special Price Excl. VAT: £27.62 Incl. VAT: £33.15

Availability: In stock


  • Edwin Jagger Chatsworth Horn Shaving Brush (Best Badger)

  • Made in Sheffield

  • 21mm knot, Best Badger shaving brush

  • Matching razor available 

  • Brush weight - 50g

  • Excellent lathering properties

  • FREE shaving cream sample

  • Edwin Jagger presentation packaging 


Directions for use: After daily use, shaving brushes should be thoroughly rinsed in warm water and hung to dry in a stand. Use with quality shaving cream or soap.



This Edwin Jagger Chatsworth Horn Shaving Brush Best Badger is handmade in Sheffield using finest polyester with the appearance of genuine horn and is filled with Best badger hair.

Best badger hair is an excellent choice for those wet shavers who prefer a rather firmer sensation during lathering, those with coarser beard hair and any new or experienced shaver. The combination of brush, hot water and shaving cream will produce a rich lather, soften and lift the beard in preparation for shaving and massage and exfoliate the face.

Overall height 99mm (3.9 inches) Handle height 46mm (1.8 inches) Handle diameter 33mm (1.3 inches) Knot size 21mm (0.9 inches)

USE & CARE of your shaving brush: Immerse shaving brush in hot water and shake off excess. Dip in favourite shaving cream or soap and, using circular motions work up a rich warm creamy lather on the beard area. Proceed to shave. After use the shaving brush should be rinsed thoroughly in warm water and hung to dry in a suitable stand. For authenticity, The Edwin Jagger name is branded on the body of the shaving brush.

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Customer Reviews

Overall a little disappointed with purchase, a feeling re-enforced by missing out on current price reduction!ceda
Bristles are somewhat coarser than expected and a few of these are shed after each use, but maybe this is be expected whilst being broken in! At present seems to require more effort to generate a lather than my old brush so makes me wonder whether one of your more upmarket models might have been a better choice.
Review by John / (Posted on 30/07/2020)