This amazing bent Brandy is not only a breath of fresh air, but compelling in form and as attractive as all get-out. Rather than pudge the bowl and expand the waistline, J&J went vertical, and executed the bowl with a near (near) Danish eye towards neoclassicism. The teardrop shank, complete with a ridge which travels from mount to bowl, follows the latter’s aesthetic lead in form and girth, but with enough halt in length to evoke that cool brain-twist associated with the next-wave approach. The dual stain and orange wood mount are a marriage made in heaven, and the grain is worthy of a sonnet. If you have yet to get involved in John and Jared’s work, perhaps it’s time to start.
R. ‘Bear’ Graves
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