Camel's Hair Brush?

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A camel hairbrush is usually made of goat, ox, squirrel or a mixture of various types of animal hair, which vary depending on the required softness and cost. The brush was invented by Meng Tien, a Chinese servant.
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A camel's hair brush is usually made from goat, ox, squirrel or a combination of several types of animal hair depending on the desired softness and cost. It is mainly used in lettering, watercoloring and temperate painting.
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Believe it of not, but the camel brush does not have any camel hair in it at all but is made up of a combination of Asian pony, bear, sheep and a lower grade squirrel.
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Today, the term "camel hair" brush is used as an umbrella term to describe animal fibers with a softness and absorbency comparable to that of genuine Bactrian or dromedary
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A brush called "camel's hair" brush is actually hair from the ears of cattle. Not often!!! Camel hair brushes, used by artists, is a generic term for brushes that are made
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Nylon bristles mainly. Ha ha. Get it? Camel's hairbrush.
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Believe it of not, but the camel brush does not have any camel hair in it at all but is made up of a combination of Asian pony, bear, sheep and a lower grade squirrel ...
Believe it of not, but the camel brush does not have any camel hair in it at all but is made up of a combination of Asian pony, bear, sheep and a lower grade squirrel ...
Believe it of not, but the camel brush does not have any camel hair in it at all but is made up of a combination of Asian pony, bear, sheep and a lower grade squirrel ...
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