Blowfish and beer, not a bad afternoon at work! Not to mention the fact that the growler fill was a gift from a friend!
My first foray into the realm of “blowfish” style pipes. This definitely is giving me a lot of food-for-thought as far as asymmetry is concerned.
A gorgeous cumberland stem. It takes a bit more work to cut these longer stems, but they’re worth the extra effort!
Another shape begins to emerge. Still some details to sort out on this one, but the grain is most promising!
Getting back in the groove with this fantastically grained volcano. Stay tuned to see it’s progress. As of now, it’s unclaimed, so if you’re interested in it, be sure to contact me!
Free-hand shaping a canadian- a lot of file work is involved here.
Step one when processing a new briar delivery- make a big pile of it on my workbench.
A stout straight-shanked dublin with wonderful grain, a sprinkling of plateaux on the rim, and hand-cut ebonite stem.
This pipe is available for $550 including shipping.
Let me know if you’re interested by message or email.
Yeti Pipe #81
A canted straight shanked dublin sporting a well detailed sandblast, this pipe is a favorite of mine.
This pipe is a commission.
A brace of non-commissioned pipes. Where shall they go?