Not really beard-related but thought I’d share these Father and son matching tees on Etsy UK – just because..
On 19 June 1812, the Chester Chronicle published an article on the history of ‘enormous whiskers’:
The Growing taste for enormous whiskers, introduced by the renowned Baron Geramb, brings to mind the following extracts from which if appears, that this appendage of the chin was formerly treated as a thing of great importance. The Tarters (sic) declared the Persians infidels, and waged a long war with them, because they would not cut off their whiskers. It is more infamous in Turkey to lose the beard than to be publicly whipped. To touch another’s beard or cut off a little, was a token of love and protection amongst the first French, and all letters which came from the King had three hairs of his beard in the seal.
Moustaches, Whiskers & Beards by Lucinda Hawksley, National Portrait Gallery
Sometimes it’s just the simple things – I like this for Mother’s Day on 22nd March. Take it as you will..
So buttery, you just might mistake it for the real thing! This Snowmelt beard butter by Rugged Smuggler on Etsy UK will moisturize and condition your beard like no other. Packed with organic shea butter, organic mango butter, organic coconut … Continue reading
Could this be any more perfect? Maybe as a proposal statement? An instant download measuring 5′ x 7′ although other sizes are available for a small fee. Wood You Be Mine Digital Art Print on Etsy UK Wood You Be … Continue reading
I missed Valentine’s Day with this one but that shouldn’t stop you sending this Talk is cheap card on Etsy UK – it says it all really! Talk is cheap card on Etsy UK
I’ve been enjoying scrolling through all the fabulous cards for all you beardy love birds out there. These two are particulary good.
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