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  • Started 5 years ago by NOLA Cajun
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  1. tobyducote

    NOLA Cajun

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    My new Davorin Morta Pipe

    http://pipesmagazine.com/members/tobyducote/album/picture/12033

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  2. moses

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    Purty. How's she smoke?

    ~seanMoses~
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  3. cobguy

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    Very nice ... unique as well.

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  4. peckinpahhombre

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    Gorgeous pipe. Congrats.

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  5. johnnyiii

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    WOW. I love the graining too. That circled arround the pipe unlike other briars.

    Awsome in many ways!!! Glad I looked

    I humbly reserve the right to post an intuitive thought here ... When ONE comes to mind.
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  6. rangerearthpig

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    I'd almost be afraid to put fire to it. It's a work of art!

    RLTW!
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  7. tobyducote

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    I smokes Amazingly!! And what's so nice is that Morta is like meerschaum, in that it does not take a cake or flavor of the tobacco so I can smoke it over and over with giving it a break like I have to do with my briar...and it stayed very cool throughout the smoke...love this pipe...definitely getting more

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  8. tobyducote

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    It's Morta..not briar...I can taste the tobacco so much more bc its not briar...Morta is petrified wood that's 8-10,000 years old...

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  9. moses

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    It sure is. The Wiki for Morta is pretty interesting. I'd recommend giving it a read, some good information there.

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  10. petes03

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    Very nice morta! I plan on getting myself one at some point. Congrats on a wonderful pipe!

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  11. captainsousie

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    Absolutely beautiful. Congrats and I hope she smokes great. Morta is a really nice pipe material.

    Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.
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  12. hodirty

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    Wow that is a gorgeous pipe. Congrats and glad to hear she smokes well!

    I have some friends, some honest friends, and honest friends are few; My pipe of briar, my open fire, A book that's not too new.
    Robert W. Service
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  13. papipeguy

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    Very unique. Enjoy it.

    Blowin' smoke since 1970.
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  14. peckinpahhombre

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    The pipe shown in the wiki link Moses posted looks very similar to yours.

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    The pipe shown in the wiki link Moses posted looks very similar to yours.

    I say Holmes, it rather does.

    Matt.
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  16. ejames

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    Beautiful piece! I can spend hours on Davorins site!

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  17. tobyducote

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    Wow..I just saw the wiki link...the pic was from Davorins website...same image must have been used for the pipe I bought from him....

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  18. allan

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    That is a lovely pipe. I love that shape. Enjoy!

    Allan
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    Trying to post images with iPad and I can't seem to get it to work

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