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BROBS

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Shit the article says until 2001 but I’m not sure that’s correct.

as for quality they are great quality. They just don’t color very well which is why most are stained or fumed. This is because they are Tanganyikan meerschaum.

the tenon setup is particularly nice. They have a delrin or plastic insert inside the ferrule and a normal tenon on the stem.
 

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So what does Nørding do? The stem?
Buy them? It says they do they stem but I’m not 100% sure on that either.

my guess is they supplied the whole pipe and Nording just sells them branded as his. Look at the stem compared to their own branded pipes.
 
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Buy them? It says they do they stem but I’m not 100% sure on that either.

my guess is they supplied the whole pipe and Nording just sells them branded as his. Look at the stem compared to their own branded pipes.
They look the same. Very good, actually.
I've wanted a meer for some time but find most of them ugly and gimmicky.
These look quite good, I think. Peterson's too, but this one became available.
 

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They look the same. Very good, actually.
I've wanted a meer for some time but find most of them ugly and gimmicky.
These look quite good, I think. Peterson's too, but this one became available.
I don’t think you will be disappointed. They are great pipes! Congrats on picking it up. It’s a meer you can actually use.
 

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