Placed Pipes (262)

These pipes have found homes.

Placed at the Chicago pipe show, thanks!

Specs:
Height: 1.75 " (44 mm)
Diameter: 1.87" (47 mm)
Overall Length: 5.87" (47 mm)
Chamber Diameter: .75" (19 mm)
Chamber Depth: 1.45" (37 mm)
Weight: 1.85 oz (53 grams)

Made from Italian Plateaux Briar with a German Ebonite stem with a Delrin tenon.

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Placed at the Chicago pipe show, thanks!

Specs:
Height: 1.96 " (50 mm)
Diameter: 1.64" (42 mm)
Overall Length: 5.80" (147 mm)
Chamber Diameter: .75" (19 mm)
Chamber Depth: 1.5" (38 mm)
Weight: 1.70 oz (49 grams)

Made from Italian Plateaux Briar with a Holly endcap and a German Ebonite stem with a Delrin tenon.

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Won at the chicago pipe show, thanks!

This pipe was made in 2007, about a year into my pipemaking exploits, and was my 26th pipe. I just reworked the stem and refinished it with more contrast in the staining. I will be donating this pipe to the silent auction at the Chicago pipe show.

Specs:
Height: 2.75 " (70 mm)
Diameter: 1.64" (42 mm)
Overall Length: 6.25" (159 mm)
Chamber Diameter: .75" (19 mm)
Chamber Depth: 2.21" (56 mm)
Weight: 1.75 oz (50 grams)

Made from Cross Cut Italian Briar with and a German Ebonite stem with a Delrin tenon.

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Bid on this pipe at the silent auction at the Chicago Pipe Show!

Placed at the chicago pipe show, thanks!

Specs:
Height: 2.0 " (51 mm)
Diameter: 1.64" (42 mm)
Overall Length: 5.25" (133 mm)
Chamber Diameter: .75" (19 mm)
Chamber Depth: 1.53" (39 mm)
Weight: 1.4 oz (41 grams)

Made from Italian Plateaux Briar with a German Ebonite stem, Celluloid Ivory accent, and h a Delrin tenon.

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Placed at the Chicago pipe show, thanks!

Specs:

Height: 1.69 " (43 mm)
Diameter: 1.48" (38 mm)
Overall Length: 5.10" (130 mm)
Chamber Diameter: .75" (19 mm)
Chamber Depth: 1.30" (33 mm)
Weight: 1.15 oz (33 grams)

Made from Italian Plateaux Briar with a Boxwood endcap and a German Ebonite stem with a Delrin tenon.

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Placed at the Chicago pipe show, thanks!

Specs:
Height: 1.92 " (49 mm)
Diameter: 1.62" (41 mm)
Overall Length: 5.83" (148 mm)
Chamber Diameter: .80" (20 mm)
Chamber Depth: 1.45" (37 mm)
Weight: 1.45 oz (42 grams)

Made from Italian Plateaux Briar and a German Ebonite stem with a Delrin tenon.

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Sold, Thanks!

Specs:
Height: 2.07" (53 mm)
Diameter: 1.99" (51 mm)
Overall Length: 6.70" (170 mm)
Chamber Diameter: .75" (19 mm)
Chamber Depth: 1.54" (39 mm)
Weight: 2.6 oz (75 grams)
Grade: B
Cost: $425, priority mail shipping included

Made from Italian Plateaux Briar with a German Ebonite stem, a Boxwood accent, and a Delrin tenon.

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The Greater Kansas City Pipe Club has selected a billiard for the 2011 Pipe of the Year. I'm very excited and humbled to have been selected to make 25  pipes for the great group of guys in the club.

I'll add the photos here as the pipes are finished.

  • Two were prototypes finished in January. One on the larger side, and the other on the smaller. The pipes will likely fall between these two.
  • The next batch of six were finished in early March. They are on the larger side.
  • Then a batch of 7, which I finished toward the end of March. They are on the smaller to medium size
  • Finally, the last batch of 10, which I finished the end of July. This last batch ranges in size from the smaller to the larger end of the spectrum. As I type these are on the way to Kansas City. It has been a really fun project and I've enjoyed getting to know the guys in the club, and getting to be a part of things through this project.

The pipes are all from Italian plateaux briar with hand cut German Ebonite stems. The first two have Faux Ivory accents and the next batches of six, seven, and ten have Ivory Celluliod accents.