Choose your Kent handmade comb, completely made in UK, 82t 90mm folding/fine comb – 20t 85mm folding pocket comb with clip-all fine – 81t 70mm all fine- beard and moustache comb – OT 110 mm pocket comb-coarse/fine – 6t 175mm dressing table comb-coarse/fine – 9t 190 mm large coarse/fine comb – 10t 190mm large handled rake comb-wet/thick hair coarse – 12t 146mm coarse pocket comb – 5t 169mm dressing table comb – for 110mm fine pocket comb – 16t 185mm coarse/fine dressing table comb – r7t 130mm pocket coarse/fine comb – slim Jim 117mm fine comb about the brand g b Kent & sons ltd, manufacturers of brushes since the eighteenth century is one of the oldest established companies in great Britain. Kent brushes (as they are now more commonly known) was founded in 1777 by William Kent in the reign of George iii. Kent holds a pre-eminent place in the history of brush making, with an unbroken record of excellence in the quality of its production which has been recognized by the granting of royal warrants for nine reigns. The Kent family continued to run the company for six generations until 1932 when the last of the three Kent brothers passed away. This is when Mr. Eric L.H Cosby, owner of Cosby brushes, entered into an association with G.B Kent & sons. A new chapter was then opened in Kent’s long history, and since that time the company has been under the creative and dynamic direction of the Cosby family. Today, Mr. Alan H.L Cosby, grandson to Eric Cosby is the managing director and chairman, with his wife, son and one of his three daughters working for the business. The company headquarters moved from London to their existing factory in Apsley, Hertfordshire on the 6th February 1984, and remains there to this day. The company continues to retain the craftsmanship and unprecedented quality that is Kent’s reputation. Even in today’s fast moving, mass-produced assembly, Kent.
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- Kent the handmade comb 81t – 73 mm moustache and beard comb: Buy Kent hair brushes combs
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