DUNHILL Red Bark 114

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England, 1972 Red Bark is perhaps the best-known and valued Dunhill series among other “retired”. The Red Bark pipes were produced not for a long time – from 1972 to 1987, and in fact, they are traditional sandblasted Dunhills, but … Continued

DUNHILL Dress 4114

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England, 2004 Dunhill Dress pipes are relatively young; the series was introduced in 1973 and is distinguished by dark (in the most cases black) smooth finish. Despite the dark stain hiding natural briar grain the “Dress” pipes look luxurious indeed!

DUNHILL Cumberland 3103

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England, 2003 The “Cumberland” series is relatively young in comparison to other lines – it was introduced in 1979 and named in honor of Cumberland Street – the street where production and warehouse capacities of the company existed comfortably for … Continued

DUNHILL Bruyere bamboo

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England, 1998 The idea of using bamboo came from the WWII times when supply of briar to the United kingdom faced a really dramatical shortage and the English manufacturers looked for any possibility to use different materials if not for … Continued

DUNHILL Nine Drummers Drumming 5103

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England, 2001 On the twelfth day of ChristmasMy true Love sent to meTwelve lords a-leapingEleven ladies dancingTen pipers pipingNine drummers drummingEight maids a-milkingSeven swans a-swimmingSix gees a-layingFive gold ringsFour calling birdsThree French hensTwo turtle dovesAnd a partridge in a pear … Continued