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post #16391 of 23913 Old 07-02-2019, 11:15 AM
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Now smoking early 70s Douwe Egberts Monza in a medium bend raw sienna toned early Radice sandblast egg with bamboo carving on the shank and a black acrylic stem.
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Just a great morning smoke! Edward G Robinson in the 11, which may become my dedicated EGR pipe. Drinking Nespresso Intenso with Half&Half.

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SPC Mississippi River in a Castello old antiquari hawkbill. On vacation this week. Drinking black coffee.
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Sat out some Boswell 35, and McClelland's oriental Cavendish out to dry for later.... Not sure what I'll toss em in.

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SPC Mississippi River in a Castello old antiquari hawkbill. On vacation this week. Drinking black coffee.
David, youíre killing me. Iíve seen this pipe a few times from you, and now Iím searching hawkbills. Michael Parks does a beautiful homage to this pipe in an amazing ring blast. So tempted to reach out to him for a quote.
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Nah.... I was thinking of hollowing out an apple for the cav, and poking some holes in an empty beer can for the Boswell's!!

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David, youíre killing me. Iíve seen this pipe a few times from you, and now Iím searching hawkbills. Michael Parks does a beautiful homage to this pipe in an amazing ring blast. So tempted to reach out to him for a quote.
Erik, that Michael Parks pipe is stunning. A ring pattern is pretty rare and beautiful. I have an old Dunhill shell with a ring pattern but the blast is much shallower than the one in your picture. The grain of my hawkbill is fine but a bit weird. (I've attached a couple of pics to illustrate.) That's the problem with buying pipes online: you can't always tell exactly what you're getting. For example, I bought an Ascorti panel that had a bowl that was drilled off-center. Otherwise, I've been pretty lucky buying online but I might have waited for a better example of a hawkbill had I seen mine in person.
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SPC Plumb Pudding in a Cob

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