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Thread: 1980 Peterson's Sterling Spigot 314

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    I've always liked this brand. Nice pipe indeed !

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    Today's project. A work in progress, it still needs final polishing (4000 - 8000) and wax.

    petestummel 004.jpgpetestummel 013.jpgpetestummel 025.jpg

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    Polished and waxed. The most time consuming thing...the mortise! spigotfin 036.jpgspigotfin 027.jpgspigotfin 013.jpgspigotfin 009.jpgspigotfin 041.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmcmtk View Post
    Polished and waxed. The most time consuming thing...the mortise! spigotfin 036.jpgspigotfin 027.jpgspigotfin 013.jpgspigotfin 009.jpgspigotfin 041.jpg
    Great job, Dave, and a lovely pipe!

    BTW, you haven't been at the nasal snuff again, have you??

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    The pipe looks great especially with the sparkly silver.
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    I've been looking though some of the restoration job threads today Dave and have to say I'm rather envious with the end results you and the other guys achieve.

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    Nice job, and great looking vintage Peterson. I can't recall seeing many silver spigots in that shape. Cleaning that mortise out should have had a big payoff.

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    Good job, Dave! That's a fine pipe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piffyr View Post
    Good job, Dave! That's a fine pipe.
    You STILL up, Anthony??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by plugugly View Post
    You STILL up, Anthony??????
    Of course, Chris. It's Bourbon o'clock.
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