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Devils Anse pipes

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  • Started 3 years ago by hakchuma
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  1. hakchuma

    hakchuma

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    Hi I'm thinking about purchasing a Devils Anse pipe. $149.00 is the most I will have ever paid for a pipe. I'm curious if anyone knows of a similar pipe that costs closer to $100 and is available online?

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    Thanks anarchisthermit, appreciate it!

    Posted 3 years ago #
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    NP Pipes had one at the New Orleans Pipe Show, and I've got one from Eric Paulsen that was very affordable...

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    Here's Mr. Costner's:

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    It's roundabout double your price range,
    but of all the Devil Anse variants I've seen,
    I think Chris Askwith nails it dead cert.

    Posted 3 years ago #
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    Wouldn't a devil anse pipe actually be all briar or all wood? One of my own little pet peeves when people say they have one. But really get what ever you like.

    Posted 3 years ago #
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    Depending on what you are wanting one for, Eric Paulson makes a Devil Anse that is dimensionally accurate to the one smoked by Costner in the mini-series. I had him add an imitation antique ivory shank ring to mine; sort of my idea of what such a pipe might have been like back in that time. I belong to a living history group and I smoke it a lot there. I like the way it looks & smokes, and I get about a 50 min smoke from it.

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    Mr. Paulson seems to have that shape down pat. Some good looking pipes on his site.

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  10. shikano53

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    Check out Dave Neeb. He has two Devil Anse Blasted versions. I prefer the light, natural one myself but that's just me. Scroll a bit down the page.

    http://mkelaw-pipes.com/html/pipes_by_dave_neeb.html

    Posted 3 years ago #

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