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bienden

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Jan 5, 2019
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Hanoi, Vietnam
I looked at the picture of Olive wood pipes and enjoyed them.

So, I ordered some wood from Israel and tried to cut them.

This type of wood is quite interesting, much different from Briar.

Easy to shape and perfect, the wood grain appeared very unexpectedly ... and hic, the crack also revealed unexpectedly.

Although I had to throw in the trash a lot of unfinished products, I had some Olive wood pipes.

Please see the Ray fish Pipes I make







 

seanv

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Mar 22, 2018
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Very nice pipe. I don’t have an olive wood pipe but I am intertested in buying one eventually.

 

civilwar

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Mar 6, 2018
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Beautiful Pipe. I have a couple of olive wood pipes, they are great smokers.

 

saltedplug

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Jul 24, 2016
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I thiunk it ob vious that you are selling your pipes; however, you lack the post count to do so. You might look at the rules for buying/selling in the stickies.

 

hoosierpipeguy

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Jan 28, 2018
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Who cares? Perhaps he just wants to show off his work. I'm not a fan of olive wood for smoking but they sure look nice.

 

anthonyrosenthal74

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Jan 8, 2013
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I thiunk it ob vious that you are selling your pipes; however, you lack the post count to do so. You might look at the rules for buying/selling in the stickies.
:roll: I haven't seen in any of his posts yet where he has offered to sell. Anybody else? ...anyone? Didn't think so.
Very nice looking pipe, Bienden.

 

mso489

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Feb 21, 2013
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No offer, no price. I'll take this at face value, just a look-see. Plenty show off their pipes on a thread. But a fair reminder, wait until you have the posts to sell anything.

 

macaroon

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Oct 2, 2015
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Michigan
I'm not usually a fan of bamboo shanks, but it goes very well with the color and grain of the olive wood. Very lovely pipe

 

olkofri

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Sep 9, 2017
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I've been interested in one. Some say they tend to smoke hot, though. Is that true?

 

bienden

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Jan 5, 2019
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Hanoi, Vietnam
I thiunk it ob vious that you are selling your pipes; however, you lack the post count to do so. You might look at the rules for buying/selling in the stickies
Thank you for your prompt.

I am an Architect. Crafting pipes is just my hobby, not income. So, I have no intention to sell the pipe I made now.

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Thanks "anthonyrosenthal" for understanding me

Thanks 'macaroon", "upnorth1", "jpmcwjr", "headhunter" and the others who applauded my work.

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I've been interested in one. Some say they tend to smoke hot, though. Is that true?
It is not hotter than Briar wood. However, it is a little different: at the first few smokes, you will see a little spicy smoke. Perhaps due to the essential oils of Olive wood. Luckily it will disappear after that.
# I wonder that my topic can violates the rules of the forum?, and does it bother you? I'm newbie, if I'm wrong, please remind me. Thank you.

 

anthonyrosenthal74

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Jan 8, 2013
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I wonder that my topic can violates the rules of the forum?, and does it bother you? I'm newbie, if I'm wrong, please remind me. Thank you.
The rule is that you must have a post count of at least 100, plus be a member for four months before buy, sell, or trade. You didn't offer either of these, so you did nothing wrong. A member just seems to forget that this is indeed a pipe forum and someone might post photos of their pipes here. Nothing to worry about. I hope to see more of your pipes in the near future. The pipes you've shown so far are quite nice. :clap: