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tschiraldi

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Dec 14, 2015
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There has to be a cure, and I need it BAD! I went to see Jesse Jones today to pick up my new commissioned pipe. This one - Tan Blast Bent Dublin with Bloodwood inlay and Juma stem.



While I was there, he showed me this one - Sandblasted Bent Billiard with Brindle stem, Army Mount & faux bone ferrule.

A couple of pipes got traded, and now she's mine too!

Being the good friends that they are, Jesse and Scott threw in a NOS 50 year old Jelling Dublin! So picking up one pipe turned into bringing all three of these home! -



I really would benefit from therapy and/or medication!
Tim

 

snoopy311

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Dec 21, 2016
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That tan blast bent is fantastic looking. All look like very nice pipes. Congrats. :clap:

 

ssjones

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May 11, 2011
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Wow, two big winners. That Black military style is awesome - the polished bowl top really sets if off (ala GBD).

 

philobeddoe

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Oct 31, 2011
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You are making want a Jesse Jones pipe very badly. Those two are lovely and I'm curious to know how the unsmoked 50 year old briar smokes as well.

 

tschiraldi

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Dec 14, 2015
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Wow, two big winners. That Black military style is awesome - the polished bowl top really sets if off (ala GBD).
Well, he did work with Premal at Smoker's Haven... hence the GBD influence!
You are making want a Jesse Jones pipe very badly. Those two are lovely and I'm curious to know how the unsmoked 50 year old briar smokes as well.
Can't go wrong with Jesse. He's a fantastic carver and the engineering is always perfect! I fired up the Jellings on the way home. It's gonna' take some breaking in, but smoked fine. Jellings was a pipe & tobacco shop that is sadly no longer in business. Jesse was able to acquire some old stock. He's selling them at Blue Room Briars for $50. Not bad for old briar.
Tim