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    Quote Originally Posted by JimInks View Post
    Just passing the quarter mark on this bowl of Mystery Blend in an undated smooth straight medium brown made in France Lord Clerit lumberman with a “Saillard” stamped on the left side of black vulcanite saddle stem. Anybody know the maker of the pipe and/or the stem? The friend who sent me the tobacco couldn’t remember what it was or where he bought it. I dunno either.
    Just figured out that this blend is Peretti Blend D-9507. One mystery solved!
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    The wife's happy to see her cactus in full bloom today after the recent storms spoilt the first set of flowers.

    Nice fresh feel to the day so enjoying more Virginia in the Wimbledon.

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    A quarter of the way through this bowl of Wilke No. 111 in a smooth medium bend 1950s Peterson Shamrock Killarney 9BC with a sterling silver band and a black vulcanite p-lip stem. Ice water and bergs is my drink.
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    Some weird bloody names in the active users at the moment!
    Been seeing several strange 'users' for several days Ally. Simon G is the only one that's posted so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimInks View Post
    Just passing the quarter mark on this bowl of Mystery Blend in an undated smooth straight medium brown made in France Lord Clerit lumberman with a “Saillard” stamped on the left side of black vulcanite saddle stem. Anybody know the maker of the pipe and/or the stem? The friend who sent me the tobacco couldn’t remember what it was or where he bought it. I dunno either.
    Hello, never heard of it but Pipephil says it's rather rare (in French): http://www.pipephil.eu/logos/fr/logo-s2.html#saillard , althoigh he might just mran the horn stem to be rare.

    Here's- without more information - a reference to a book about Saillard clay pipes made in France. https://books.google.de/books/about/...AJ&redir_esc=y

    Here, Saillard Aine is mentioned as a maker from clay pipes in Besancon/France (paragraph just above the first three pictures): https://www.pipe.fr/fr/blog/avant-la...es-gambier-n41

    And finally, a thesis on clay pipes found in two forts in Pregon, with a mention of Saillard on page 115 of the PDF document, or p. 101 of the printed pages.

    Best wishes
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    Hello,

    And now back to the scheduled programming: I came home from work today to find the fence completed, just as I had expected and hoped it to turn out. Enough protection from neighbourly views, but still enough gaps to avoid the impression of the Berlin wall or the wall between catholic and protestant parts of Belfast that I was reminded of when I saw some fences while shopping for mine. It's wood plastic compound (WPC) but looks closely natural enough to fit in my little wood of yew trees.

    I'm about to finish a bowl of Brown Clunee in an Askwith hand-finished bulldog.

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