The brushes listed below are primarily used for faux finishes. The “Calcutta bristles” of the series 2491 have superior elasticity due to their length and composition, making it easy to create the fine check-grain-effects in faux bois such as mahogany, walnut or rosewood. Floggers are also used as daggers in stripe and other glazing effects. The wavy mottler is used to imitate birch and other fine woods, and it also finds application in marbling and fantasy finishes.

Pencil or pipe overgrainer
light bristles
rust-proof steel ferrule
short plainwood handles
width 30 to 100 mm
da Vinci Series 2466 Pencil or pipe overgrainer

Wavy mottler
light bristles
in wavy tin ferrule
width 60, 70, 100, 110, 120 and 150 mm
da Vinci Series 2468 Wavy mottler

white Chinese bristles
rust-proof steel ferrule
natural lacquered handles
width 15 to 200 mm, as well as 300, 400 and 500 mm
for varnishing, graining, transperent painting and primingda Vinci Series 2475 Mottler

pure strong and elastic wild boar bristles
rust-proof steel ferrule
plainwood handles
width 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, and 100 mm
da Vinci Series 2491 Flogger

Angular liner
light bristles
rust-proof steel ferrule
light bristles
width 15, 20 and 25 mm
da Vinci Series 2493 Angular liner

Chiqueteur brush, square edge
pure squirrel hair
naturally lacquered handles
sizes No. 3, 5 and 8
da Vinci Series 417 Chiqueteur brush, square edge