G.L. Pease In Celebration of Briar 2012 Calendar is Here

The new G.L. Pease In Celebration of Briar 2012 Calendar is now available.

This is the 6th year that Pease has produced a calendar for the pipe enthusiast. It may be the only calendar specifically catering to the lover of smoking pipes. Pease has been a professional photographer for 43-years, and it shows in the extraordinary, exquisite photography of 12 gorgeous pipes.

This is the perfect calendar for the pipe lover and the perfect gift for your pipe smoking friends – so remember to get at least two – one for yourself, and one for a friend. Then you will have one more holiday present crossed off your list.


From the G. L. Pease Site:
In Celebration of Briar – 2012 is published on demand and distributed by Lulu Press. It is printed on heavy-weight, coated stock, and is 13.5" x 19", spiral bound at the top. Interior photos are high resolution, 13.5" x 9.5", and show amazing detail. This is as close as you can get to individually custom printed images without the high cost.

Lulu prints in several countries, and ships world-wide, so the calendar is available everywhere, without high shipping costs. The price is $35. Click the link below to purchase a copy. Previous editions are also still available, and can be ordered here, for those who may want to collect the set.

You can see all of the wonderful photos and read the back story on GLPease.com, and you can order here (and remember to get one for a friend too).

6 Responses

  • So, which one of the *13* pipes isn’t gorgeous? 😉 It’s actually twelve months plus the cover.
    Each year, I continue to be impressed with the service and the quality Lulu Press offers. Every page is printed on heavy cover stock, unlike some POD printers who only use the heavy paper for the cover. The printing is excellent, and their service is fantastic. Now, with contract printers all over the world, there are no international shipping costs, which is a huge savings for international buyers, and it’s completely transparent. Just order, and they’ll route it to the closest printer to you.

  • @tobakenist – “Could do with a link to G L Pease on this page.”

    There is a link in the last sentence.