t h e     p i p e

a    s h o r t    s p e c i f i c a t i o n

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t h e    b e n t     b i l l a r d 
this is my winning pipe for the pipes & tobaccos pipe carving contest 2001
it is one of the reasons why I try to start selling my pipes. it is very good to hear  that my work recieves recognition...

...........have a look at the large pictures.... 

status: gone to P&T !

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b i g b o y
a new shape. some unusual for me. large and looots of grain !

status: gone to TH!

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t h e    w a v y     l i n e 
an asymmetrical pipe with a touch of the danish style

...........have a look at the large pictures....

status: gone to TS !

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t h e    a s y m e t r i c a l    b i l l a r d 
an asymmetrical pipe with wounderfull birdeyes on the left side

...........have a look at the large pictures....

status: gone to WP !

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t h e    d e s i g n    s t u d y 
an unusual shape, inspired by Trever Talbert and Peter Matzhold

status: gone to KC !

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a l i t t l e d a n i s h  
a shape for the danish soul....

status: gone !

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