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    Moretti Pipes

    Does anyone have experience with Moretti's. Im looking for a stout, heavily rusticated pipe that can handle farm life's bumps and bangs but carry a suitable payload of tobacco. Thought these might fit the bill, any insight gladly welcomed.
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    I have two, a black rusticated 3/4 bent Dublin style freehand with a matching brother smooth medium stain nice grain 3/4 Dublin. (The latter a gift from Jimbo here on PSU) Both are good smokers for me reserved for Brown Flake & FVF.


    Post 1260 (upper right corner of post) http://pipesmokerunlimited.com/showt...tti#post273656

    Post 1322 here: http://pipesmokerunlimited.com/showt...tti#post273721
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    Thanks Bill, good to know they are good smokers. I like your tobacco choice for them too
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    Just a quick adjunct to this thread. I made contact with Moretti Pipes through their contact portal to make some basic enquiries about their pipes, lead times, stock available etc.......In quick time I had a reply from Marco Biagini. Marco explained how he makes each pipe by hand and each piece is 100% unique. We chatted about my smoking style and what my thoughts where regarding how and when I would use it and he offered me some suggestions and said he would supply me with some images of what he had coming off his bench at the moment. 10mins later and those images arrived with another warm greeting and further info. All in all a great experience so far dealing with Marco and I think I have a new friend in the Pipe Smokers Fraternity.
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    Did you check out his E-Bay pages?
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    Haha no I haven't Bill but I have found an estate thats caught my eye
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