New RDPipes Blasted Tall Spigot Poker (5/29/21) SOLD!

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Finally finished this one up today, a Tall Blasted Spigot Poker. As always you can view more photos and the particulars
on my website. Thank you for your continued patronage and support.
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PIPE has SOLD!

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All is perfection…esp the metalwork. Is it silver, I assume? You really have surpassed yourself, Ron. This one’s a work of art.
 

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All is perfection…esp the metalwork. Is it silver, I assume? You really have surpassed yourself, Ron. This one’s a work of art.
BH, thank you so much , it's aluminum but, I did machine it myself .
 

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Wow Cart, that is an exceptional piece of work. Very, very nicely done. The metal work is just great.
 

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BH, thank you so much , it's aluminum but, I did machine it myself .
The specific metal isn’t so very important but the process is extremely interesting. I thought you might have started with tubing and done a bit of silver soldering. That’s more what I have experience with. The possibility of your approach didn’t occur to me. The scallop shape on the shank piece is simple but adds SO much to the appeal. It has a kind of steampunk feel. Really exceptional.
 

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The specific metal isn’t so very important but the process is extremely interesting. I thought you might have started with tubing and done a bit of silver soldering. That’s more what I have experience with. The possibility of your approach didn’t occur to me. The scallop shape on the shank piece is simple but adds SO much to the appeal. It has a kind of steampunk feel. Really exceptional.
And thank you again BH! I would have liked to do it in Sterling but, I'm a poor man still.
 

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Sold eh? Gee, what a surprise. It’s like somebody finding a $3 Rembrandt at a garage sale. Lucky dog.
Well, I gotta be honest here, this one was priced a bit higher, so more like a $300 pipe for $300 in my opinion sir.
 

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Yeah, yeah. But I take into account what it SHOULD be sold for. It’s my not solitary opinion that you ask quite a bit less than their true worth. I just don’t usually make a big thing about it since I fear what others here would fo to me for potentially driving up the price.
 

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Yeah, yeah. But I take into account what it SHOULD be sold for. It’s my not solitary opinion that you ask quite a bit less than their true worth. I just don’t usually make a big thing about it since I fear what others here would fo to me for potentially driving up the price.

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Okay BH, I give in.
 
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