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Several years ago I started a tradition of making Christmas pipes for my sons. They all three smoke, one a little less than the others, but all three enjoy the tradition, or at least humor me with it! 2016 Christmas Pipes were blasted Cherry Woods with natuaral plateaux tops, 2015 Christmas pipes were bent bulldogs, mostly blasted, but with smooth tops, 2014 Christmas pipes were contrast blasted bent eggs w/celluloid, 2013 Christmas pipes were Blasted Lovats, 2012 Christmas pipes were blasted straight bulldogs, 2011 Christmas Pipes were smooth Lovats, and 2010 Christmas pipes, was the first year of making the boys pipes for Christmas. They were different shapes for each.

Drumrole Please: The 2017 Christmas pipes are Cherry Woods again, but this time they are smooth. And my Grandson, Calvin, who is now 2 1/2 years old gets a Dump Truck from various scrap, reclaimed, and repurposed woods I had in the shop. These include Mahogony, Walnut, Oak, Quarter Sawn Maple, and Zebra wood. The pipes have Zebra Wood stem accents to match.

I could not get all the pipes finished in time to snap a photo of them all together, so I have Chris's pipe and Calvin's truck, then pipes for John and Daniel, and finally, you may notice a slightly bent blasted bulldog. This is my gift to me this year! It's made of Strawberry Wood. My first of this material, and I wanted to make sure it smoked well before offering Strawberry wood pipes to my clients. I enjoyed making these gifts so much, and my family seems to enjoy receiving them, or are at least willing to humor me....

 

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Specs: 
Height: 1.88" (48 mm)
Diameter: 1.65" (42  mm) 
Overall Length: 5.80" (148 mm) 
Chamber Diameter: .75" (19 mm)
Chamber Depth: 1.35" (34 mm) 
Weight: 1.7 oz (47 grams)
Cost: $360 

Made from Italian Plateaux, with a Handcut Cumberland Stem and a Delron tenon.

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Several years ago I started a tradition of making Christmas pipes for my sons. They all three smoke, one a little less than the others, but all three enjoy the tradition, or at least humor me with it! 2015 Christmas pipes were bent bulldogs, mostly blasted, but with smooth tops, 2014 Christmas pipes were contrast blasted bent eggs w/celluloid, 2013 Christmas pipes were Blasted Lovats, 2012 Christmas pipes were blasted straight bulldogs, 2011 Christmas Pipes were smooth Lovats, and 2010 Christmas pipes, was the first year of making the boys pipes for Christmas. They were different shapes for each.

Drumrole Please: The 2016 Christmas pipes are blasted Cherry Woods with natuaral plateaux tops. And this year I also made a toy lumber truck for my 19 month grandson, Calvin. The pipes have exotic wood stem accents, and I made tampers to match. Chris's pipe has a curley mapple insert and tamper, which matches the wood used for part of Cal's truck. John's and Daniel's have black and white ebony accents and tampers. 

The truck is briar with ebony accents, ebonite wheels, and brass screws. The trailers use some wonderful Curley Maple instrument neck stock that was given to me by Lynn Dudenbostel. It has a strip of mahogany between the book matched curley maple. Lynn is a fantastic Luthier and made a couple of Mandolins for Chris years ago. He sent me a wonderful box full of interesting pieces of exotic wood. The ebony is from him too... The "logs" were collected from the yard. I can't even start to tell you how much fun it was to make this truck for my grandson, and he seemed to be having fun with it. And I always love making the Chrismas pipes!

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Specs: 
Height: 2.06" (52.3 mm)
Diameter: 2.06" (52.3  mm) 
Overall Length: 6.40" (162.5 mm) 
Chamber Diameter: .76" (19.3 mm)
Chamber Depth: 1.46" (37.2 mm) 
Weight: 2.5 oz (71 grams)
Bowl Coating: Optional
Cost: $685 (includes Priority Mail Shipping)

Made from Italian Plateaux Briar, and a Handcut German Ebonite Stem with a Delron tenon.

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Specs: 
Height: 1.89" (48 mm)
Diameter: 1.74" (44  mm) 
Overall Length: 5.77" (146.7 mm) 
Chamber Diameter: .75" (19 mm)
Chamber Depth: 1.35" (34.4 mm) 
Weight: 1.8 oz (52 grams)
Bowl Coating: Optional
Cost: $425 (includes Priority Mail Shipping)

Made from Italian Plateaux, and a Handcut Cumberland Stem with a Delron tenon.

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Specs: 
Height: 2.45" (62 mm)
Diameter: 1.87" (47.5  mm) 
Overall Length: 6.50" (165 mm) 
Chamber Diameter: .76" (19.3 mm)
Chamber Depth: 1.91" (48.5 mm) 
Weight: 3.1 oz (88 grams)

Made from Italian Plateaux Briar, and a Handcut German Ebonite Stem with a Delron tenon.

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Specs: 
Height: 1.93" (49 mm)
Diameter: 1.93" (49  mm) 
Overall Length: 6.09" (155 mm) 
Chamber Diameter: .75" (19 mm)
Chamber Depth: 1.54" (39 mm) 
Weight: 1.9 oz (54 grams)
Bowl Coating: Optional
Cost: $385 (includes Priority Mail Shipping)

Made from Italian Plateaux Briar, with Handcut Cumberland Stem and a Delron tenon.

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Specs: 
Height: 2.01" (51 mm)
Diameter: 2.02" (51  mm) 
Overall Length: 6.02" (153 mm) 
Chamber Diameter: .75" (19 mm)
Chamber Depth: 1.50" (38 mm) 
Weight: 2.4 oz (38 grams)
Bowl Coating: Optional
Cost: $685 (includes Priority Mail Shipping)

Made from Italian Plateaux Briar, bamboo, and a Handcut German Ebonite Stem with a Delron tenon.

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