The Shaker Rack: Made of red oak and poplar, this commissioned rack holds seven pipes - one for each day of the week.
The current workspace setup. Still settling in; looking forward to getting things moving.
Fiddling about with a new picture taking set up; here’s a shot of the latest pipe rack. I call it The Shaker. I’ll post more later.
Still healing up from the surgery, but it’s good to be able to get back to a little bit of work.
No work has been done as, last month, I had half my neck fused. Still healing. Still in a neck brace. But I became an uncle today, so no matter what, I couldn’t be happier.
"Moon Rock" finish from DSH Pipes. Brilliant.
Right now at The Pipe Guys, they are accepting pre-orders for the rare and phenomenal La Burmeuse Semois tobacco from Belgian blender Vincent Manil. Get it while you can!
Edit: Sold Out
I saw that SmokingPipes.com has added some new Walt Cannoy pipes to their stock, so I thought I’d share mine. I met Walt in 2012 just as he was getting back into making pipes and he showed me the “suede blast” he had been working on; I commissioned a pipe from him on the spot.
I asked for a volcano bowl with a rusticated bottom and that fancy new blasting technique of his. It turned out beautifully and is one of my favorites.