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Newest Hand Made Estate Pipe For My Collection

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  1. durham270

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    I've added this Savinelli Hand Made to my collection. If anyone else would like to share I'd like to see your Savinelli Hand Made series of pipes.

    Seemed like this blend just goes with the pipe.

    "I believe that pipe smoking contributes to a somewhat calm and objective judgment in all human affairs." -Albert Einstein
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  2. pruss

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    Nice looking pipe, Durham. Is it a plateau top?

    Hope it's a great burner.

    -- Pat

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    That is a gorgeous freehand dublin shape. I'd like to see the top also.

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    Oops, double post! I'll use this space to mention that the stem logo is one of my favorites, and often on estates they don't maintain like yours did. Lucky man!

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    Nice score, Durham and a looker for sure -- bet she's a great cool smoker

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    That's nice!!

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    Thanks guys, and yes it's a plateau top. Being an estate there is still some carbon build up I'll have to remove first using spit and a Q-tip or alcohol.

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    A little more elbow grease and she might be finished.

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    Lookin' good, Durham!

    -- Pat

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    That is one good looking Dublin! I have two tins of Elizabethan Mixture and will be popping the top on one shortly.

    Al

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    Very nice Sav, Durham! You find some good stuff!

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    Very nice looking

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    Beautiful piece tat looks in excellent condition. Enjoy

    Allan
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    A very fine pipe!

    Looks like a hearty fill size with that bowl too.

    I love how Savinelli has used the biscione symbol on some of their pipes,
    very cool.

    Reminds me though,
    I still need to find my 1969 Alfa Romeo GTV 1750 dream car!

    Posted 5 years ago #
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    Another swell looking burner, Durham.

    Do you have a "before" pix of the plateau top? (That is, before you started whaling away on it with the Q-tips, alcohol and body fluids?)

    Fnord

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    Do you have a "before" pix of the plateau top? (That is, before you started whaling away on it with the Q-tips, alcohol and body fluids?)

    Fnord, Whaling away? What does that mean? lol

    Here is the only image from the seller.

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    In Americanism when you Whale away at something you mean to cause great bodily harm or get the job at hand done!

    The Old Cajun
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  18. durham270

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    The Old Cajun I wish these forums had a 'Like' for a post the same way FaceBook does! Thanks!!

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