Sasieni Four Dot "Liverpool" (Smooth Finish)

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georged

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DoctorBob's Ruff Root Liverpool thread reminded me that I had a smooth example of the same pipe in my rack.
http://pipesmagazine.com/forums/topic/family-era-sasieni-four-dot-ruff-root-liverpool
I'm not a Sasieni collector, but like higher-grade BritWood and the Liverpool shape categorically, and this one had the "granite" grain that I'm a sucker for:
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doctorbob

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Oooh, I like that pipe even more than the shell poker three weeks ago. Birdseye like that gives a wonderful 3-D effect.
Very nice!
Doc

 

mso489

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I like those long-shanked shapes, the Canadians and similar shapes, the most stately.

 

newbroom

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Thanks for the new descriptor: 'granite grain', and me from NH originally, well, born in ME, but grew up in NH.

I got a pipe early on with that type of grain, because of the grain. It's a ButzChoquin Giante and my first 'premium' estate buy. Still, though it's like new, I got it for under $50.00.

 
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