Friday, January 14, 2011

Dynasty Quill Brushes

Dynasty Quills - Made in the Old Tradition

Carefully crafted and cupped by skilled brush makders.  Tied with fine brass worie to beautifully hand dipped birch handles, and special plastic protector. 

Suitable for all delicate, fin and wash work.  A professional tool to say the least.  Priced to fit everyone's budget.



Dynasty Quill brushes are available in the following series and sizes:

•Series 303 Pure Squirrel
Sizes:3/0, 2/0, 0, 2, 4 & 6

•Series 311 Black Gold®
Sizes:3/0, 2/0, 0, 2, 4 & 6

•Series 1827Q Faux Squirrel
Sizes:3/0, 2/0, 0, 2, 4 & 6

Applications: Watercolor paints

Visit us at http://www.dynasty-brush.com/ and explore an extensive collection of the finest brushes on the market today !

6 comments:

  1. Hello, I took a trip to a local art supply store today and almost by accident noticed a #6 pure squirrel brush with a sale price of about 26 dollars and decided to pick one up. I love the size and the hair is soft and responsive. I can hardly wait to really put it to use. I have a question though that I have not seen answered on the Dynasty website; of what type of squirrel and from where is it sourced from? I see printed on the handle that the brush ios made in Thialand but other then the sizes carried I have seen no other info. Perhaps you can fill me in a little more when you get a chance. I am thinking of purchasing a #'s 1 and 4 tomorrow! Thanks.

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  2. Hello, so glad that the squirrel brush is to your liking. The hair is of Asian origin, from the Blue Squirrel. There is also a faux squirrel synthetic quill if you're interested. Let us know how they work out on your paintings.

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  3. Hello again and thanks for the response. I have had good results while learning to utilize my, now size's 00 and 6 squirrel quills from Dynasty. Again I'll state that at roughly half the price of a french competitor's line of Kazan/blue these quills are a good>great value. I am glad my local Utrecht has them stocked. These brushes are seemingly just getting better as I continue to paint and experiment with them. Now I might have to try the faux sables your co. offers. I try to not throw glowing reviews around too recklessly but in this case it is just.

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  4. Wonderful, so glad you like them. Will you share a link with us to your work?

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  5. I had just noticed this response and I'll post a link (a really large one) to a recent painting I made using my Dynasty quills. Thanks for asking and am enjoying the artist spotlights. http://dashboardsplatter.blogspot.com/2012/05/back-to-painting.html?showComment=1336834000751#c8568961080301037022
    This is to my blog...that's a lot of link :)

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  6. Thank you, Mark, for posting links to your blog! I will follow your work. So glad you're enjoying the quills.

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