England, 1930-40s A moderately smoked and well preserved Hardcastle’s family era pipe made before 1946 and very probably – before WWII (during the War the company was unable to obtain briar for production as many others English manufacturers).
England, 1930-40s A pre-Dunhill (Family era) Hardcastle’s Camden lovat made before 1946. It seems the life of this pipe wasn’t so easy so we had to involve a number of restoration techniques to revive and prepare it to a new … Continued
England, 1930-40s An unsmoked Hardcastle’s pipe of the very popular and collectable “Jack O’London” trade mark made yet in pre-Dunhill “family era” times. And very probably – before 1946 and possibly before the World War II. A middle size classical … Continued
England, 1930-40s The pipe is a giant indeed! A creature of the family period Hardcastle’s carvers was made before acquisition of the company by Dunhill, very likely before 1946, and possibly – before the World War II. Despite its more … Continued
England, 1930-40s A very moderately smoked Hardcastle’s pipe of the very popular and collectable “Jack O’London” trade mark made yet in pre-Dunhill “family era” times. And very probably – before 1946 and possibly before the World War II. A middle … Continued
England, 1930s A very unusual pipe from the legendary Hardcastle’s family times, i.e. made before acquisition by Dunhill in 1946 (and the most likely before the WWII). It’s difficult to say now was the rim carved at Hardcastle’s factory or … Continued
England, 1946-67 Argyle is obviously the Savory’s brand, but it seems that the pipe comes from the time, when both Savory and Hardcastle did belong to the Dunhill family and there were no objections to make a “Hardcastle’s Argyle”. This … Continued