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post #1 of 2280 Old 09-13-2005, 02:04 PM Thread Starter
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Photos of your pipes

lets see what ya got?

here's a few of mine, cuz i can only find a few photos right now.

first one is a Savinelli sandblasted poker with a clear stem.
next is the Mastro de Paja semi-rusticated horn i talked about in a previous post.
another photo of the same mastro de paja horn, while raking leaves.
last one is a Stanwell, sandblasted, straight stem, tiny little nose-warmer. i bought it for my dad, along with another stanwell i have someplace, but have since brought it back home after he died (he only used it a couple of times - and we had the same tobacco).

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Re: Photos of your pipes

my wife and her "organization skills" with this computer, i can't find any photos i know i've taken... jeez.

heres one that has my son blowing into it.
it is another Mastro de Paja horn, smooth, with a cumberland stem.
in the background of the photo, you can see another Stanwell, and the other Mastro de Paja on the table, about to be cleaned.

found another of this pipe. while i was smoking it on a break in germany.

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Let's hope he takes after his mama though or else he'll be bald before he hits high school. Although the glowing red eyes would be a cool thing to have though LOL


Great pics Greg!

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Cool idea, IHT. I have a bunch of pipes, most of which I don't have pictures of (yet). Here are a few of my Petersons:





I'll take pictures of some of my others and post there here later.
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i just took a few other photos, will try to upload them later. i have about 4 different meerschaums as well, and i have 2 Stanwells at work (the ones i bought for my dad) that i need to bring home.

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A few from the american carvers. More to come.....
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Waiting for the Nub Lancero............
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Just an ignorant question from someone who knows nothing about pipes: Why do you need so many pipes? Or is it just because they are cool and beautiful and you want to have different pretty pipes?
I'll be watching these forum closely, I have been thinking of something to do with my cuban cigar scraps.
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Just an ignorant question from someone who knows nothing about pipes: Why do you need so many pipes? Or is it just because they are cool and beautiful and you want to have different pretty pipes?
I'll be watching these forum closely, I have been thinking of something to do with my cuban cigar scraps.
It's a good practice to rotate pipes so that they don't get too hot and often people will designate certain pipes for certain types of tobacco, that way the flavors don't meld.

Plus, like anything else, it's a fun hobby and they're great to collect.
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Also, from someone who has never smoked a pipe before..... do Cuban Cigar clippings and ends and stuff taste any good in a pipe? Do you inhale?

Sorry, I know it sounds dumb but I know absolutely zilch about pipes.

Where should I start if I was wanting to get into pipes?

Sorry for the FAQ lol

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Well I dont inhale and I think most ppl do not. I have a buddy that does cut cigars up and smoke them. McClellans makes a cigar blend for pipes. I would start out with a simple Dr.Grabow. They are pre smoked and do not need breaking in. And they are easy on your wallet.(I bought them for as little as 14 bucks before.) I now smoke a Savinelli second I picked up for 30 bucks at my local shop. Pipe smoking does take practice as far as packing and dealing with the occasional re-light. So dont get frustrated at first. You can find all sorts of pipe and pipe tobacco deals online so good luck. :u
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