Hammered copper bowl

basileusss

Senior Member
Done with it , curious if it make a big difference.
Looks like an inverted areola , size of bubbles going from big at the bottom to small and smaller
At least will confuse to death the archaelogists from the future - some latin poetry , a weird hashtag a slavic name and year 2020 :D
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basileusss

Senior Member
I bought it for my local 2nd hand store but flat , i modified a screwdriver and did the bubbles.
Very soft ,easy to work , now i search "2mm copper sheet " , making a brush stand should not be difficult either . Too much free time ...
 

basileusss

Senior Member
yours is better , larger butt :D i think bigger bubbles are not better , they may harm the brush ,indeed smaller waves/dunes-like formations are better
ooor a mix of concave/convex bubbles on the bottom , some for keeping soap reserve the rest for lathering ....need to order a few more steel bowls :D
 

fredyx

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yours is better , larger butt :D i think bigger bubbles are not better , they may harm the brush ,indeed smaller waves/dunes-like formations are better
ooor a mix of concave/convex bubbles on the bottom , some for keeping soap reserve the rest for lathering ....need to order a few more steel bowls :D
After using the Collapsible Dog bowl... I can tell you the bubbles should be big to have some effect in lathering... They won't harm your brushes tips, textured bowls like shuribachi do.
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