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Rail Man

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I’ve admired Neal Yarm’s unique pipe stands and I finally decided to take the plunge and get one to display some of my higher-end pipes (instead of the functional but not too pretty 2nd hand antique store racks I have otherwise). He does great work!

 

BloodWood

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A nice stand to highlight your envious collection.
Very sweet horn.
 

Rail Man

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Thanks everyone, pictures, as usual, don’t do it justice.

That horn is a pretty new addition, very unique, an Alexa pipe from Serbian carver Dragomir Aleksić.
 

D.L.Ruth

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Looks great. I've been eyeballing one of those magnetic stands for a bit
 

swhipple

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That's a fantastic looking pipe stand, Rail man! Like a great frame enhances a work of art, that stand really showcases your wonderful pipes.
 

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That's a beauty, and a lovely compliment to your pipes. I've got a 10 pipe stand with similar exotic hardwoods, and love mine. He does great work.

Congratulations on the pick up!

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Oooh, that is very nice. Are the pipes set in a spot, as in only holds 5 in the current position or is it adjustable? I have not seen one like this before and just curious.

A visit to Neal's site has answered my question.
 
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