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tfdickson

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May 15, 2014
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I’ve been a huge fan since I bought my first Jesse Jones pipe in late 2014. He’s only gotten better, and better, and better. Here are a few of mine:




 

ssjones

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Jesse Jones - Good carver. I'd heard that he does restorations for secondhandpipes. First time I've seen his work clearly identified. Nice job!
I heard the same. Secondhand has some big dollar estates from time to time, I always assumed they were Jesse's handiwork. We met him at the only New Orleans pipe show, he was just across from Ryan Aldens table. A pretty interesting guy. (I think he was working with Smokers Haven at the time? He was active on the Brothers of Briar website when he first started carving and I believe he did estate work to that point. His skill set ramped up fast!

 

chasingembers

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Nov 12, 2014
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Really don't care for podcasts, too much chat. Looked up his work, and while mostly too traditional for my tastes, not bad at all.

 

mso489

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Whatever was done needed doing. It's an impressive pipe spiffed up, and not too bad in the before picture either. And I'm not even a Dunhill guy. I'm not sure why the person responsible is a mystery, but I now know, it's not Mr. Cook.

 
Dec 10, 2013
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You gave me quite a serious start and the shivers too George .

The Dunhill I just finished is the spitting image of Jesse's( he does a much better job, but I am not entirely dissatisfied ), only with a slightly bent stem.

There is still a little work to be done on the dot, it was totally worn out.

I do not get something about the ferrule : it is not hallmarked as such and does not look like silver .

Ages like sterling silver though , so what is it ?

 

georged

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Mar 7, 2013
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The Dunhill I just finished is the spitting image of Jesse's( he does a much better job, but I am not entirely dissatisfied ), only with a slightly bent stem.

There is still a little work to be done on the dot, it was totally worn out.

I do not get something about the ferrule : it is not hallmarked as such and does not look like silver .

Ages like sterling silver though , so what is it ?
This board has an unofficial law that all references to a specific pipe, or part of a pipe, must be accompanied by one or more photos. :mrgreen:

 

dquisenberry

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Jul 1, 2016
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That group 6 black blast 120 shape on the last legible row is mine. I wanted a larger 120 shape to match my birth pipe. It's an amazing piece.