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KINGART® Original Gold® 9000 Series, Golden Taklon Round

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KINGART® Original Gold® 9000 Series, Golden Taklon Round

Original Gold® round brushes are great for creating thick to thin lines, points, scrolls, signatures, and more. These resilient brushes easily snap back to their original shape. 

Use on point or apply pressure to make thick-to-thin strokes.  Detail work or filling large areas depending upon the size of the brush head and pressure applied.  

Use round brushes for thick to thin strokes made by variation of pressure. Ideal for detail work or filling large areas, depending on the brush size used and pressure applied. Shaping of the point coming from the center most hairs makes it ideally suited for stroke work.

Series 9000 round is available in 15+ sizes from 18/0 to 20. 

 

KINGART® Original Gold® series synthetic brushes are made from the finest-quality Golden Taklon filaments to create brush heads that are remarkably durable, easy to care for and versatile (they work equally well with watercolor, acrylic, and oil paint).

Each brush is expertly crafted to mimic the virtues of natural hair, including exceptional paint-holding capacity, at a reduced cost.  

Each brush holds its shape well and consists of filaments that are dyed and baked to increase softness and absorption.

The filaments of each brush are bound together with nickel-plated brass ferrules and crimped at the bottom to ensure an extra-secure bond to the handle.

Each handle is ergonomically crafted to reduce muscle fatigue and are carefully balanced to provide maximum control. 

 

KINGART® premium brushes are designed with the artist in mind and are manufactured to survive years of steady use.

 

Additional Information:

  • Finest-quality golden taklon, triple filament, dyed synthetic
  • Ideal for all mediums 
  • Premium shape retention when cared for properly 
  • Filament has been baked for softness and optimal absorption
  • Smooth and soft brush head
  • Variety of brush diameters allows for great control over paint technique
  • Gloss black handle with gold ring with round seamless silver crimped nickel-plated ferrule 
  • All open stock brushes are pre-packed individually - untouched from our factory to you!
  • Premium raw materials & handmade by three generations of brush makers. 
  • Vegan-Friendly 100% synthetic filament
  • Loew-Cornell Series 7000 Round

     

    Brush sizes — The length and width of a brush of a given shape and size may vary by manufacturer as brush sizes are not standardized. Since fine art brushes are handmade, expect some variation even among brushes from within a single brush line.

     

    The KINGART® Heritage

    Our family has been exceeding the needs of the most demanding artists and enthusiasts for three generations. We delight in challenging the status quo and putting our experience to work for you.

    From the Manufacturer

    What sets KINGART™ Premium Brushes above the competition?

    KINGART™ considers every detail of the essence of a premium brush. The experience begins with KINGART™’s signature sleek black box adorned with a subtle and sophisticated gloss embossed logo. The high-style packaging lends way to the brilliance of a gorgeous set of hand-chosen brushes intended to send your creative mind ablaze.

    The beauty of each KINGART™ premium brush stems from being hand-crafted by master brush makers who follow a strict quality control and manufacturing process. The filaments of each brush are bound together with nickel-plated brass ferrules which offers the best adhesion and is crimped at the bottom to ensure an extra-secure bond to the handle.

    Each handle is ergonomically crafted to reduce muscle fatigue and are carefully balanced to provide maximum control. KINGART™ offers a variety of handles that span all of a painter’s needs: long handles ideal for easel work, short handles for close up, and mini handles for fine detail work. Each brush’s wood handle features a beautiful finish that is lacquered or stained, glossy or matte, one color or two.

    KINGART™ brushes are designed with the artist in mind and are manufactured to survive years of steady use.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 22 reviews
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    Anonymous
    Great Brushes

    Love the fine point & spring to the brushes when painting.

    S
    Sally T.
    The brush that keeps on, and on!

    The 9020 series of brushes hold their point along with lots of water. They are really superior for fine work as well as generous washes.

    M
    Maureen H.
    Original Gold® 9000 Series, Golden Taklon Round

    Love the brush.

    C
    Carman E.
    I think I found my new favorite line of brushes!

    I haven't done any artwork for quite a while, and I pulled out my brushes and decided it was time to get a few new ones. I have been trying some lines hoping to find some that suit me. I do believe I found them.

    This synthetic has a full belly which holds plenty of water and pigment, yet comes to a sharp point and has good "spring". I love it!

    I plan to buy more.

    A
    Anonymous
    Solid mid-range round brush

    This #5 round Taklon brush from KingArt is not bad for a mid-range brush. It's a step better than those found at the large chain craft stores as it is well made with double crimped ferrules with tightly set fibers and seems durable.

    The fibers have good snap and the point holds its shape well, despite some minor unevenness at the lower end of the point on one side. However, for round brushes I prefer Escoda, even though they are about triple the price, even for synthetic like Barroco or Perla (largest white one in my photo). The Escoda rounds have a longer, sharper, more precise point that I love for high detail.

    Taklon is great for acrylic as the synthetic nature can hold up to the chemical harshness of acrylic. Taklon is also soft enough for watercolor too, but for my use, too soft for oil. If you like to lay your acrylic on, this might be too soft for that too. For watercolor, I do prefer Kolinsky sable as it holds more fluid and flows more organically.

    I like this for a solid, budget option in my kit, but it doesn't come without some sacrifice on performance.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 22 reviews
    59%
    (13)
    41%
    (9)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    A
    Anonymous
    Great Brushes

    Love the fine point & spring to the brushes when painting.

    S
    Sally T.
    The brush that keeps on, and on!

    The 9020 series of brushes hold their point along with lots of water. They are really superior for fine work as well as generous washes.

    M
    Maureen H.
    Original Gold® 9000 Series, Golden Taklon Round

    Love the brush.

    C
    Carman E.
    I think I found my new favorite line of brushes!

    I haven't done any artwork for quite a while, and I pulled out my brushes and decided it was time to get a few new ones. I have been trying some lines hoping to find some that suit me. I do believe I found them.

    This synthetic has a full belly which holds plenty of water and pigment, yet comes to a sharp point and has good "spring". I love it!

    I plan to buy more.

    A
    Anonymous
    Solid mid-range round brush

    This #5 round Taklon brush from KingArt is not bad for a mid-range brush. It's a step better than those found at the large chain craft stores as it is well made with double crimped ferrules with tightly set fibers and seems durable.

    The fibers have good snap and the point holds its shape well, despite some minor unevenness at the lower end of the point on one side. However, for round brushes I prefer Escoda, even though they are about triple the price, even for synthetic like Barroco or Perla (largest white one in my photo). The Escoda rounds have a longer, sharper, more precise point that I love for high detail.

    Taklon is great for acrylic as the synthetic nature can hold up to the chemical harshness of acrylic. Taklon is also soft enough for watercolor too, but for my use, too soft for oil. If you like to lay your acrylic on, this might be too soft for that too. For watercolor, I do prefer Kolinsky sable as it holds more fluid and flows more organically.

    I like this for a solid, budget option in my kit, but it doesn't come without some sacrifice on performance.

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    KINGART® Original Gold® 9000 Series, Golden Taklon Round

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