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New Dirty Bird One Piece Brush Scuttle

Postby LookingGlass » Sat Mar 03, 2012 5:28 am

All,

Tim graciously allowed me to purchase this scuttle and I am glad he did. Nice size; keeps the lather warm for a number of passes. Also, it is a unique glazing.

Highly recommended.

Ed

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Postby desertbadger » Sat Mar 03, 2012 12:24 pm

Very nice, Ed!

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Postby celestino » Sun Mar 04, 2012 1:12 pm

Is that the Dirty Bird Small Bird travel scuttle? i have one! Great little things. Congrats.
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Postby bennay » Tue Mar 06, 2012 4:01 pm

I was actually thinking about ordering one of those. The colours were throwing me off but yours looks very nice!
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Postby LookingGlass » Tue Mar 06, 2012 5:17 pm

bennay wrote:I was actually thinking about ordering one of those. The colours were throwing me off but yours looks very nice!


I purchased this scuttle from a fellow SMF member and did not order it from Julie at DB pottery. The original purchaser worked with DB to get this color and glaze. I was fortunate to pick up this piece due to the unique glazing and color.

Perhaps you can contact DB concerning a specific glaze/color??

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Postby brucered » Tue Mar 06, 2012 5:20 pm

LookingGlass wrote:
bennay wrote:I was actually thinking about ordering one of those. The colours were throwing me off but yours looks very nice!


I purchased this scuttle from a fellow SMF member and did not order it from Julie at DB pottery. The original purchaser worked with DB to get this color and glaze. I was fortunate to pick up this piece due to the unique glazing and color.

Perhaps you can contact DB concerning a specific glaze/color??

Ed


julie offers a few "unadvertised" glazes. the blk/opal shown here as well as an "earthy brown".
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Postby LookingGlass » Wed Mar 07, 2012 9:00 am

brucered wrote:
LookingGlass wrote:
bennay wrote:I was actually thinking about ordering one of those. The colours were throwing me off but yours looks very nice!


I purchased this scuttle from a fellow SMF member and did not order it from Julie at DB pottery. The original purchaser worked with DB to get this color and glaze. I was fortunate to pick up this piece due to the unique glazing and color.

Perhaps you can contact DB concerning a specific glaze/color??

Ed


julie offers a few "unadvertised" glazes. the blk/opal shown here as well as an "earthy brown".


This is interesting as I thought only the standard colors would be available. Makes me even happier that I was able to pick up this glaze from the SMF B/S/T.

There is one item concerning this scuttle I do not understand. If it is a "brush scuttle" then why does it have the swirl/groove lines in the bowl? I make lather in a separate bowl and then transfer it to this scuttle to keep the lather warm - works great.

However, it I had my rathers, a smooth bowl would be my choice. Just a thought.

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Scuttle ID

Postby slackskin » Thu Mar 08, 2012 9:52 am

Hi Ed --

I;m having trouble identifying the scuttle on DB web site. I know the color would likely be different, but can't seem to find the style. Can you help me nail this down? Thank you.
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Re: Scuttle ID

Postby LookingGlass » Thu Mar 08, 2012 11:24 am

slackskin wrote:Hi Ed --

I;m having trouble identifying the scuttle on DB web site. I know the color would likely be different, but can't seem to find the style. Can you help me nail this down? Thank you.


Under the Shaving Gear tab, it is the "Travel Scuttle" on the upper right side of the page,

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Postby LookingGlass » Thu Mar 08, 2012 11:26 am

celestino wrote:Is that the Dirty Bird Small Bird travel scuttle? i have one! Great little things. Congrats.


Yes....nice scuttle.

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Found It

Postby slackskin » Fri Mar 09, 2012 12:05 pm

Thanks for the location help, Ed. Can't believe I had a hard time finding it. Duh
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Re: Found It

Postby brucered » Fri Mar 09, 2012 2:39 pm

slackskin wrote:Thanks for the location help, Ed. Can't believe I had a hard time finding it. Duh


she has actually renamed it..."Baby Bird"

the reason for the swirls is, it's actually marketed as a Travel Scuttle and used for smaller bowl lathering, but many have adopted it as a "brush scuttle".

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Re: Found It

Postby LookingGlass » Sat Mar 10, 2012 2:25 pm

brucered wrote:
slackskin wrote:Thanks for the location help, Ed. Can't believe I had a hard time finding it. Duh


she has actually renamed it..."Baby Bird"

the reason for the swirls is, it's actually marketed as a Travel Scuttle and used for smaller bowl lathering, but many have adopted it as a "brush scuttle".

hope that helps.


Bruce,

Thanks for the explanation. Still, would be nice to see a smooth bowl with a little steeper sides like the Georgetown brush scuttle. Also, it would be nice for DB to be a little more creative in the color spectrum like Georgetown. IMHO, the three advertised glaze/colors are pretty bland when compared to Georgetown products. I am happy to be able get the glaze I did from Tim. Overall, the DB travel scuttle is a nice piece and I am enjoying it much.

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Re: Found It

Postby brucered » Sat Mar 10, 2012 3:04 pm

LookingGlass wrote:
brucered wrote:
slackskin wrote:Thanks for the location help, Ed. Can't believe I had a hard time finding it. Duh


she has actually renamed it..."Baby Bird"

the reason for the swirls is, it's actually marketed as a Travel Scuttle and used for smaller bowl lathering, but many have adopted it as a "brush scuttle".

hope that helps.


Bruce,

Thanks for the explanation. Still, would be nice to see a smooth bowl with a little steeper sides like the Georgetown brush scuttle. Also, it would be nice for DB to be a little more creative in the color spectrum like Georgetown. IMHO, the three advertised glaze/colors are pretty bland when compared to Georgetown products. I am happy to be able get the glaze I did from Tim. Overall, the DB travel scuttle is a nice piece and I am enjoying it much.

Ed


+1 one on the GT glazes....i they offer the widest ad best array of colours out there.
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Postby ben74 » Sun Mar 11, 2012 4:08 am

Great looking scuttle!
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