Spring 2017 : Pipes and Tobaccos Magazine

Category: Spring 2017

Pipefuls

Pipefuls

by William Serad I am a perfectionist. I freely admit this, though you may not be able to tell from my writing. In some facets of life perfectionism is a good thing. In others, bad. The economic law of marginal utility says that each added unit is worth less than the previous. But recall the […]

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Spontaneous Combustion

Spontaneous Combustion

by G.L. Pease The fact is, Squire, the moment a man takes to a pipe, he becomes a philosopher. It’s the poor man’s friend; it calms the mind, soothes the temper, and makes a man patient under difficulties. It has made more good men, good husbands, kind masters, indulgent fathers, than any other blessed thing […]

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An Amazing Story

An Amazing Story

A most unusual table pipe The elephant in the room … figuratively speaking by Ben Rapaport My passion is to preserve pipe history as revealed in the art of the pipe and, whenever possible, to document the connective tissue between the pipes of yesterday and today. When I pull at a thread pertaining to today’s […]

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Playing with nature

Playing with nature

Renowned briar cutter Domenico “Mimmo” Romeo is also a talented pipemaker by Stephen A. Ross Oh, to be Mimmo! Domenico Romeo, known throughout the pipe world as Mimmo, lives a sweet life. He has a beautiful wife and two precious young daughters. He lives in the Italian Riviera town of Arma di Taggia, with a […]

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The English pipe you may not know

The English pipe you may not know

From his old English farmhouse, Peter Ellam produces Invicta for the masses by H. Lee Murphy There are bigger and fancier and better organized pipe workshops, but almost certainly none as old as that of Invicta Briars. The owner, Peter Ellam, toils away in Stanbridge, England, in a farmhouse complex that dates to the 1400s. […]

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