What began as a search for my spare blades and also a nicer razor stand turned into a months-long project, that I am happy to say has reached its conclusion. I have spent more time, energy, and thought than I care to admit creating this, but it has turned out exactly as envisioned. This razor stand is made from solid brass and consists of 4 precision-machined components - the base, shaft, top plate, and top nut. Everything threads together smoothly by hand with fine-pitch threads. The openings will fit most brushes and razors, which was important to me as I expand my collection. The brush side is tapered to nestle the brush in place, and the razor side has a small relief to help keep my razor in place. The razor side is also radiused to help prevent dings/damage when setting razors in place. Now for the best part - flip the stand over, and you will find a pocket with a neodymium magnet. This pocket will hold 5-10 blades, so I always know where my spares are I had a lot of fun coming up with this, and hope you enjoy. Oh, according to our kitchen scale it weights just over 2.5 pounds!