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  1. General Pipe Forum
    I've been enjoying the pipe more and more lately. I'm certainly still learning, though. I mostly smoke MM cobs. I've noticed that my General (the pipe I reach for most often) has begun "coloring", for lack of a better word. This pic makes it look darker than it actually is, but you can...
  2. General Pipe Forum
    I've just got a Baki meer - and I was searching for a coloring bowl to go along with it. I can't seem to find one anywhere - are they really that rare? I'm hoping I'm just blatantly missing something ...
  3. General Pipe Forum
    These are my 2 MM Generals. The one on the left is my VA dedicated cob and the one on the right is my English blend cob. I don't smoke very many English blends so it doesn't get much use. The Virgina Cob on the other hand, gets smoked about 4 times a day, give or take. I bought both of these at...
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    I am not able to put up pics right now. i know we have a photo's of your pipes thread but i was thinking maybe a show how your meer is coloring up thread. Let's see them!
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    Yes, I know there is already a thread about how to color your pipes. I would like to see what your meerschaum pipes look like that that you have been smoking them for a while.
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    ive read a lot on here about proper care and the coloring of meerschaums. but my question is about the colors. ive seen alot that are a dark red. mine just keeps lookin turd brown. are there certain tobaccos that produce the reds or is it just an accumulation thing?
  7. General Pipe Forum the plug method discribed is interseting. has anyone tried it? it seems like it might work.
  8. General Pipe Forum
    Well, for those who heard about it, we had the judging tonight for our Coloring Contest for Cottom's Choice pipes and crowned a winner. You can get all the poop on the contest as well as pictures of some of the pipes at our blog here. If you like colored pipes, Jim Allison (former owner of our...
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    Not sure if anyone has tried any of these steps but sounds interesting to me. Shawn
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