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My new Mastro De Paja is here!

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by jdto, Nov 2, 2012.

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  1. jdto

    jdto Active Member

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    My PAD is completely under control. Yeah. 100%. For sure. :whis:
     
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  2. dmkerr

    dmkerr PG- free since '83! Moderator

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    So fair a pipe I have not seen, a jewel too delicate to be cut by man, must then be borne of nature herself.
     
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    Shore looks purdy!

    Sorry someone needed to change the tone of this drool fest (although the sentiment holds - its a great looking pipe)
     
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  4. Tony Malerich

    Tony Malerich Active Member

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    Very nice acquisition there! Smoke it well!
     
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    Oh he's got it bad.....you mean 100% in complete denial.;)
     
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    a burl cradled in a rocky nest. harvested by craggy hands, cut and battered with acute aim, art or victory? both I wager.
     
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  7. cigrmaster

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    Great looking pipe,congrats. I am a big fan of classic shapes and that one is all classic. I have found that for the money it is hard to beat a Mastro. I have one that is a rusticated apple that smokes flakes incredibly well. I think they are a much under appreciated brand, and they smoke as well as any of the Italian pipes I have owned.
     
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