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shutterbug

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Apr 12, 2013
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I was in Michigan on the long weekend and decided to drop on by to grab some new Cayuga Pipes (Paul's In House Pipes).

These are the two that I grabbed, and I am quite delighted by their shapes: Billiard Lovat, and a Panelled Billiard.

I tried rotating before uploading, but the forums uploader keeps flipping them back.

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Their monthly tobacco (you get an ounce every month you go there:

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The 'How to smoke a pipe booklet and membership card:

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It's a great little place, and I love to go there when my wife and I go do a bit of US shopping across the border. Unfortunately, their tobacco tin prices are still more expensive than me ordering from SP, but at least I give them my business in pipes. As much as I love their Cayuga Pipes, their vulcanite stems kill me...a detriment I have to live with for their pipes. The last pipe has been sitting there for some time and the price sticker was stuck to the stem so long you can actually see the price on the stem after I took the sticker off (I'm assuming the ink bled into the vulcanite).

Overall, this is Pipe Mecca in Michigan, so if you get a chance, drop on by and join their pipe club.

Shutterbug

 

captainsousie

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Aug 1, 2012
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Nice pipes.
Just had a great experience ordering from them and I think I'll order one of their pipes before too long.

 

shutterbug

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Apr 12, 2013
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@roth:

Yes, the briars are oil cured. The quality is nice, especially at the price point. The lovat was $75, and the panelled was $40.00. Paul's has a HUGE selection on their walls/cabinets, and you can go hunting for the really nice stuff if you know where to look! You can spend hours in there just picking out the 'right' pipe!

 

mso489

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Feb 21, 2013
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The link is paulspipeshop.com. They're in Flint, for those who didn't know about Paul's, as I didn't.

Only limited items available online, with a number marked sold. They run from $70 to $145. They

remind me of the N.C. pipe carver Jerry Perry, who is in Colfax, N.C., near Greensboro. Same handsome

but quite traditional look in well-made pipes.