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    Made another Danish inspired stack

    Made another old Danish reform style inspired stack pipe in a shape I've always admired. I'm out of control here making these things, getting to like it.

    Overall length 6.5 inches
    Height 2.9 inches
    Bowl dia 1.5 inch
    Chamber depth 2.5 inches
    Chamber dia. 0.68 inch
    Started breaking it in, so far pretty mellow.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowroll View Post
    Made another old Danish reform style inspired stack pipe in a shape I've always admired. I'm out of control here making these things, getting to like it.
    Holy, er... smoke. That is an amazing pipe..!
    You have nailed the style of the Pibe Dan Shape Reformed on the dot.
    Stunning.

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    I really like that shape Steve! Nice collection of corks also, they make a neat background!

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    Just beautiful. What a pipe!
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    That pipe is beautiful indeed, Steve! I like the way the grain twists around the bowl in the second photo.
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    Thank you gents, I appreciate the comments from such discerning pipemen. I have been very fortunate getting some nicely grained briar blocks, thanks to Mark Tinsky. Oh, yes - my corks, they remind me of many good bottles of wine. Of course, I've been collecting them for 100 years

    Duncan, a compliment indeed from a Dane

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowroll View Post
    ...Of course, I've been collecting them for 100 years
    Of course you have.

    Duncan, a compliment indeed from a Dane
    That pipe would have graced any page in any Pibe Dan catalogue any time.

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    Very impressive, Steve!

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    I have to say it. That's a real corker. ( a saying my dad had for really good stuff.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowroll View Post
    Made another old Danish reform style inspired stack pipe in a shape I've always admired. I'm out of control here making these things, getting to like it.

    Overall length 6.5 inches
    Height 2.9 inches
    Bowl dia 1.5 inch
    Chamber depth 2.5 inches
    Chamber dia. 0.68 inch
    Started breaking it in, so far pretty mellow.







    I like that pipe.
    ​Tom

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