This brush is hand-made in China by LiJun Shaving. I bought mine from Ebay, I think it's really the manufacturer who's selling them. The cost was about €12 including shipping (registered mail). I was not hopping to get a fabulous brush, but how I was wrong.
This is a nice 2-band badger brush, packed with a very good density hair and a black resin handle. It shed a total of about 10 hairs in the first shaves.
The handle seems to be quite resilient and it's heavier than many handles used on other brushes.
The hair is not like those cheap Frank's Shaving brushes, where it seems they added the badger's nails to the brush It's not as soft as a silvertip, but it is not scratchy. The backbone it is pretty good for face lathering.
It creates large amounts of lather easily using creams or soaps.
I also own a Tweezerman badger brush and I consider this LiJun brush superior in every aspect.