COMOY’S Designer 500

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England Comoy’s freehand pipes are a rarity, we are not sure if there were many sophisticated shapes introduced during the company’s full history  but since 1980’s new management launched the Comoy’s designer series  – a row of very interesting and … Continued

COMOY’S Astor 309 XXL

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England, 1950-70s This Comoy’s series was named most probably in honour of the famous Astors family known for its prominence in business, society, and politics in the United States and the United Kingdom during the 19th and 20th centuries. The … Continued

COMOY’S Grand Slam Patent 36B

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England, 1930s The history of smoking pipes at the beginning of XX century in USA can be described as “revelry of a modernism and innovations”. Let’s make a completely new type of a stinger! No, let’s add an additional camera into … Continued

COMOY’S St James 55

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England How many St. James’ are in England? Well, Wikipedia lists 55 cathedrals, chapels and other cult buildings. At least one is located in Scotland and a number on all corners of the world, including Herzegovina, Barbados and other exotic … Continued

COMOY’S David’s 1459

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England When we looked for Comoy’s pipe recently in Internet we have discovered that many modern Comoys are produced in Denmark. That’s difficult to say something about their quality (same story is with a number of brands that has been … Continued

COMOY’S Tigers Eye 483

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England Smoking process -if it goes correctly – is slow and almost static. Therefore probably “the animal subject” in marking of pipes is very moderate and conservative. There’s of course such extreme shape as a “cobra” (very effectively implemented by … Continued

COMOYS Satin Matt Reject

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England, 1950-70s This is a classic pipe indeed! Elegant, easy, almost not smoked Comoy’s bent from 1950s. The wood is healthy and singing, the grain is wonderful, the chamber is in an excellent condition, the stem is without any damages … Continued

The Guildhall London Pipe 5

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England, 1950-70s This is the sister of our represented below Guildhall’s apple. The same time, the same manufacturer, the same excellent quality of a briar, the same three shining aluminium stripes. We had a bit more efforts for the mouthpiece … Continued

The Guildhall London Pipe 164

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England, 1950-70s There was a legend about a white spot, which was made out of a whole elephant. That is why all pipes with the white spot are so expensive. Perhaps these three aluminium stripes on Guildhall pipes were made … Continued