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Slow Puffs

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That is a lovely pipe.... love when you folks post your sightings...
 

mark

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Aye, tis a treasure to behold,
Her lines are fast and rather bold,
a pint of grog to who's she's sold,
some scurvy dog stole all my gold.
 
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mark":ixxkpbkg said:
Aye, tis a treasure to behold,
Her lines are fast and rather bold,
a pint of grog to who's she's sold,
some scurvy dog stole all my gold.
brilliant Mark!!! :cheers:

very nice Jason, thanks for sharing!
 

Frost

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Yeah that is some fantastic grain for sure. Almost seems like a steal at that price.
 

alfredo_buscatti

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It's a grain that were the pipe by the late Baldo Baldi he'd have put a 1 in front of the price tag.
 
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Not that I have a problem with shape-grain synergy (up to a point), but carving to display nice graining, and letting the grain dictate the shape are two different affairs.

:face:
 

Wet Dottle

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The pipe looks well executed and the wood is awesome, but I find that shape quite unappealing...
 
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