Long Smoke. The old cajun
Long Smoke. The old cajun
I like that a lot! Canadians are one of my favorite shapes. I bet she smokes like a dream.
Wow, that is one long smoke for sure. That is a real beauty Bradley!
Awesome pipe! I need to pick up a canadian in the near future.
Is this the same Sasieni that makes the Ruff-Root?
It's a looker, for sure.
WTG Bradley, happy to see you did snipe it
Thats a good looking pipe! I'm partial to bulldogs/rhodesians and the one on the side caught my eye. What kind is it?
Roth I retorted it with a light reaming before, long shank was dirty, but not ungodly dirty, cleaned it up and 2 bowls of Carter Hall thru it, it will be a Fablous smoker, thank you. The old Cajun, by the way I have a 4 dot on the side Sasieni which is sought after but the best one I have is a 2 dot on the side smooth bent, smokes anything thrown at it, never gets hot. The old cajun
The 2 dot is one rare briar!
But you know (well you already know my take on this, Bradley) that 7-inch XL canadian, in that condition, for that price, is much more to my liking
I found a Saseini 2dot made for John Redman. $70 is that a good price? Great looking pipe Bradley!
Grab it, the 2 dot on the side of the stem is more sought than on top of stem , offer 50$ and see if he will come down. The old cajun
Why, Bradley, didn't Sasieni dot the majority of their Canadians - if they ever dotted any at all? (Come to think of it, I've never seen a Canadian Sasieni with any blue dots.)
BTW, that's a beautiful burner, my friend.
Being a Sasieni lover, but certainly no expert, I noted someone else here said that Canadian is a Sasieni second which would explain the "-S-" on the stem and no dots. But so what LOL.
Jim it's my first Sasieni Canadian so I don"t know about the dots,? The pipe just talked to me. The old cajun
Yeah, I remember reading that somewhere, too, Roth. But, Good God, what a second!
I understand about that burner talking to you, Bradley. That pipe screams at me.
Is the bowl canted forward a skosh? Kind of like a Dublin/Zulu or whatever the hell they call them these days?
Maybe it's just the way you're holding it?
Or, is it because that black beauty is a hybrid Churchwarden?
So what ? The pipe price ! A Sasieni with Dots ( Family Era) , in good conditions, costs around $300/$400. That pipe is not a Sasieni Dovercourt XL and has a silver ring without english government marks. Therefore, it is ,probably a after market addendun . But , $165 is a correct price for a Family Era Sasieni in good conditions first or "second" line. The old Sasienis are outstanding smokers with or without Dots. Congratulations, Brad .
Nice long pipe !
Geez Bradley I can't keep up with all your new pipes. lol Another great looker, sounds like it is a great smoker as well. Congrats.
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