Sasieni Patent Eight Dot "Haslemere" Pipe.

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orlandofurioso

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EDIT: Fixed Capitalization in Title (See Rule 9)

This very legit Sasieni patent was shipped to me by Jud.

She did not come mean, but I suspected so much potential.

Gents was I right, she's now halfway the clean up and already so outstandingly pretty :

Original stem, no tooth marks, moderate oxidation that protected the tiny dots from fading (?) .
Stinger let go easily .
Bowl finish in fine, original condition, beautiful plum hue, cake came out on the first touch in thick flakes .
NO damage to the chamber whatsoever . No smell, clean walls, smooth as baby's bottom.
Will post more pics. soon, would like to know your learned opions.

Thank you for watching !



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dmcmtk

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It's interesting to see the pre-war Haselmere shape, I would be curious to see it next to the post-war Victoria shape (71), and indeed the post-war Haselmere shape (13). The post war Haselmere is a smaller pipe than the Victoria, with a little more cant to the bowl, in other words the Victoria's is more upright. I'm getting the feeling that the pre-war Haselmere became the post-war Victoria.

The Victoria, shape 71. Both the Old England line in rustic finish, and smooth,

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And the smaller Haselmere, shape 13, a Royal Stuart,

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orlandofurioso

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It's interesting to see the pre-war Haselmere shape, I would be curious to see it next to the post-war Victoria shape (71), and indeed the post-war Haselmere shape (13). The post war Haselmere is a smaller pipe than the Victoria, with a little more cant to the bowl, in other words the Victoria's is more upright. I'm getting the feeling that the pre-war Haselmere became the post-war Victoria.

The Victoria, shape 71. Both the Old England line in rustic finish, and smooth,

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And the smaller Haselmere, shape 13, a Royal Stuart,

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Hi Dave,
Thank you for posting the pictures, to see the evolution of a pipe shape is always mighty interesting.

My eight dot haslemere is an upright dublin with a much less canted bowl.
 
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dmcmtk

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Hi Dave,
Thank you for posting the pictures, to see the evolution of a pipe shape is always mighty interesting.

My eight dot haslemere is an upright dublin with a much less canted bowl.
Would you say your pipe is closer to group 2-3 size, or group 3-4 size? I just noticed the Haslemere/Derwent is listed as shape 13 in the 1930's price list (see pipedia Sasieni page),

Sasieni - Pipedia - https://pipedia.org/wiki/Sasieni

I also noticed I was misspelling Haslemere...:rolleyes:
 
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Papamique

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Wonderful pipe in ravishing condition with the stampings still sharp !
Good for comparison indeed !
Stem from a late Era ?
Mine is not yet finished ; the stinger needs a further cleaning and polish and so does the stem.
Bowl will be waxed, I'm not of the carnauba crowd .
Eight dot stem
 
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