Here (finally) are my first 3 attempts at brush restorations.
The first one from left to right, is 500 PB Made Rite. It is a light colored butterscotch. The knot is a 20mm TGN in finest with extra hair set at a loft of 54mm.
The middle brush is a German handle. The knot is a 22mm TGN finest with extra hair set at a loft of 55mm. My son has already claimed this brush. He says it looks like a Bengal Tiger.
The brush on the far right was my very first one. It is a 750 Ever Ready. The knot is a 22mm TGN silver tip set at a loft of 53mm. In this picture it has never been wet. It now has a nice bloom. This brush has really surprised me. I thought this was one I might give away, but I really like the way the handle fits in my hand. The tapering gives you a good grip when it is covered with soap. The knot really tears up a soap.
I already have 6 - 8 more in production. Gives me something to do this winter.
Thanks to Chris (alabama lawyer). Helped get me started.