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    Bruno Nuttens' Bing #25 with Sterling silver ring.

    Well, I knew this would happen because with me PAD comes in threes. Well, sometimes fours. So, inevitably and beyond my will, I zombie-like pulled the trigger on this beauty, one of Bruno's Heritage Serie pipes. You may know that the HS pipes are old wood turned decades ago and finished to perfection by Bruno in the present age. Weighing upon my decision was my purchase of the Bing #9 Cumberland about a year ago. I needed to duplicate that experience. The Cumberland really worked out and I'm looking forward to enjoying this new one.

    Bruno Nuttens BING #25 STERLING SILVER.jpg
    I know who I am: Im the dude playing the dude disguised as another dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockbass View Post
    Who could pass up such a beauty?
    Precisely! Your words have vindicated me.
    I know who I am: Im the dude playing the dude disguised as another dude.

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    Very, very nice Ed. Looks like it has the classic concave rim, which to my mind, a "Bing" should have.

    Boy, some very nice pipes at very reasonable prices!

    http://nuttenspipes.com/en/index.htm

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    Stunning! "True Love" as Bing once sang!

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    That pipe has "must have" written all over it, Ed. Congrats on one sleek pipe. I went to his website and now I'm getting antsy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmcmtk View Post
    Very, very nice Ed. Looks like it has the classic concave rim, which to my mind, a "Bing" should have.

    Boy, some very nice pipes at very reasonable prices!

    http://nuttenspipes.com/en/index.htm
    Yes, Bruno's Bings (hey, I like that alliterative sound!) have that concave rim, including the #9 Cumberland that I already have. Bruno offers a great value and craft.
    I know who I am: Im the dude playing the dude disguised as another dude.

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    Elegant springs to mind.

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    A truly dashing pipe. Congrats, Ed!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zeaward View Post
    Well, I knew this would happen because with me PAD comes in threes.
    But you only have two of Bruno's Heritage pipes, right? Better get on that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piffyr View Post
    A truly dashing pipe. Congrats, Ed!


    But you only have two of Bruno's Heritage pipes, right? Better get on that.
    Yes, it comes in threes. But as I also wrote, maybe in fours.
    I know who I am: Im the dude playing the dude disguised as another dude.

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