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Kilnaclasha

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Medieval Piper, May 10, 2013.

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  1. Medieval Piper

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    Hey everyone,

    Pulling a late night writing session, and taking a smoke break with some Balkan Sasiene in a Kilnaclasha lovat. I got this pipe 2 years ago in a small Irish village, and have been trying to find out more about them. Anybody have anything?
     


  2. jpberg

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    Let's have a photo.
     
  3. Summit

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    :popc:.
     
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  4. Medieval Piper

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    hope you don't mind took these from your link
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  6. Medieval Piper

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    Not a problem at all! Do you know anything about these pipes?
     
  7. jpberg

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    I love the shape, but can't help with the manufacturer.
     
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    It's a great looking pipe but that's all I got!
     
  9. Medieval Piper

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    Thanks for the compliments, guys. Like I said, I got it in a pretty small town. It was on a shelf of petersons and, for some reason, grabbed my eye and I had to have it. It's a great smoker, and I think it must be pretty old considering the how the bit material looks. It's also great for clenching.
     
  10. Waino

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    Kilnaclasha is a place in West Cork, Ireland. Pipes are hand carved and some of them are moving in German eBay.

    There is only one tobacco shop in that area (couldnĀ“t find even email address): Paul & Paula Pipe, Kilnaclasha, Skibbereen Co, Cork
     
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