Great British Beards

Gallery of Great British Beards

We're catching up on a couple of requests from bearded readers here. Basically, they want to see more beards. 'What about a Great British Beards gallery?' we thought. So here it is. Beards in the public eye, but our type of beard. By no means definitive and intended as a rolling project. In fact, we need more red beards - the most exotic of all the beard colours (something like this). Wasn't George Bernard Shaw red-chinned?

If you have a suggestion for a Great British Beard, pop it in the comments below.

Beard Care

If you want to keep your beard in tip-top condition, perhaps a rub of First Olympian beard oil should be part of your daily routine and a spot of sculpting with Mr King’s Marvellous Moustache Wax.

And if you don't want to look like a Sadhu, you'll also need a comb and scissors to keep your beard tidy.

Might we recommend the (made in the UK) Kent moustache and beard comb, and the Ernest Wright & Son traditional moustache scissors — made specifically in Sheffield, home of the finest British blades.

Kent Moustache and Beard Comb

Ernest Wright & Son Moustache Scissors

Beardies Top to Bottom

Prince Michael of Kent (For my money, the best beard in the business.)
James Robertson Justice
Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton
Oliver Reed


  1. Great article! Gave me a chuckle and reminded me of the many years I spent in jolly England.

    1. Thanks Smokin. Good luck with the stockings.


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