Tag Archives: tobacco pipe

dublin pipe

What’s In a Name? Dublin & Corncob

I first remember seeing a Dublin being smoked by a farmer at a cattle market. I watched as he rubbed out, then filled it with a golden flake, then clenched…

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Carey Harbour

New, Lower Prices!

In case you missed our most recent email newsletter (to subscribe please click), 2014 has seen us drop the prices on some of our top end pipes, in some cases…

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Bespoke Nording Aerosphere

Nording Freehand Straight Grained Aerosphere

This Nording pipe is simply beautiful to behold.  The straight graining is the most striking I’ve ever seen – hopefully that comes out on the video.  Its unusual too, with…

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Pipe Shapes

What’s In A Name?

PIPE SHAPES FROM APPLE TO BILLIARD.  The first pipe I bought had a shallow, apple-shaped bowl and a longish stem. It was not a fine piece, bought as it was…

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Service Improvements

We’ve Been Making Improvements!

  “Adapt or perish, now as ever, is nature’s inexorable imperative.” H.G.Wells Although in true H.G.Wells style it’s perhaps a little bleak, there’s truth in his words and very few people…

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WASK3 Angle

Askwith Freehand Dublin – 25 % Off!!

It’s not every day that you get the offer to buy a hand carved Askwith pipe at 25% discount, but today is that day!  There is only 1 available however…

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Barling Ad

Late 1800′s Pre-trans Barling Pipe

Another of our museum pieces, this unsmoked, boxed, pre-transition Barling from the late 1800s is a most unusual example from this famous pipemaker.  More renowned for their straight, standard sized pipes…

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Barling Ad

Pre Transition Barlings – Boxed Pair

Time for another peek into the archive to look at an untouched pair of Pre Trans Barlings that form part of our collection.  Beautiful pipes, these conform to the core…

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Tacon Cherry

Carey Magic Inch Tacon

With the latest Catalogue, Edition 113, just about to land on doorsteps I thought now would be a good time to show off another of our current ranges, and one…

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Why I Believe in the Wisdom of Pipe Smoking, by Allan Massie

The following article was recently published by Allan Massie on The Daily Telegraph website, and all credits go to him. Allan Massie is a Scottish writer who has published nearly 30…

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