Development Stage of PAD starts - A Nice Pipe Arrives in Mail

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lawdawg

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That's a good looking pipe. The straight "pot" type style gets a lot of hate and accusations of being a boring shape, but I have two that are among my favorite pipes. I suppose yours (and mine too) might be more accurately described as an "apple" or "acorn" shape, but they are plain and attractive nonetheless.

 

cshubhra

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Thank you All. The Hurlingham name was used by Sasieni for the Apple Shape - So as I understand by reading Pipedia.

 

jpmcwjr

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I think I've seen other shapes with that name on it. There's a Hurlingham Club in London, sort of a family style country club minus a golf course.

 

cshubhra

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Thank you JPMC! I am learning about these things from pipedia and from knowledgeable pipers like you. A lot of pipe knowledge is tacit, or buried deep in printed materials from years ago.
It will be some time when I will be able to smoke this. I am sure it will be a great smoker.

 

voorhees

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I have a Four Dot Hurlingham as well. But its the Rustic finish.
http://pipesmagazine.com/forums/topic/four-dot-sasieni-hurlingham

 

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