Types of Wood
Beech Wood comes from the french forests. Fair and soft to the touch, its color varies from light to pinkish white. It is used as a basis for the Grand brushes and the Cherub Brushes.It is used as a basis for the Cherub and Grand brushes, giving them a clear and luminous appearance in accordance with the white pig and goat-bristles.
The exotic wood is recognizable by its reddish brown color. This precious wood comes from India, Thailand, Laos and Malaysia. It is imperishable; its water and time resistance makes it the ideal material for brushes in contact with humidity.
This light yellow wood is extremely soft to the touch. It is cultivated throughout the Mediterranean basin. Its irregular fibers give it a hardness that ensures its strength over time. It also guarantees the uniqueness of any object made from this more or less veined wood.