Ireland, 1940s A “pre republic” era collectable Peterson pipe made most likely between 1945 and 1949 when the manufacturer returned old stamping “MADE IN IRELAND” on pipes. Excellent, capacious Irish pot!
England, 1960s The pipe is really lightweight as for its dimensions. That’s reached by using of a very accurate and thin stem and by selection of good and lightweight sort of briar. Similar pipe made by someone else would be … Continued
France The pipe markings are “ROPP \ RESERVE” и “5565” . The length is 14.8 cm, bowl’s height is 4.0 cm. External diameter of the bowl is 3.8 cm, internal diameter is 2.4 cm. The depth is 3.4 cm and … Continued
England, 1960s After the acquisition of the Barling family business by Imperial Tobacco the production of pipes has been moved to other countries such as Italy, Denmark and France. Our pipe is quite rare because from one hand it also … Continued
England Birmingham is the second by population city of England, a big industrial center, the city of Lunar Society. It was was a dinner club and informal learned society of prominent figures in the Midlands Enlightenment, including industrialists, natural philosophers … Continued
England There will be a number of pipes marked “Reject” in our collection. This mark doesn’t mean that the pipe is of a poor quality. Moreover the most of “rejects” are pipes from production lines of famous manufacturers rejected due … Continued