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Poker Pipes

Discussion in 'Pipes' started by Sawbones, Aug 16, 2011.

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  1. Sawbones

    Sawbones Member

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    Where can I find a good Poker shape pipe? I am looking for one that is well, almost primitive looking. Hopefully, with bark on it!
     


  2. Puff The Magic

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    Ropp Cherrywood pokers have bark on the bowl and the shank, but they're out of production. They do surface as estate pipes on the bay on occasion. Gotta have bark ehhhh? Cob Poker not rustic enough?

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  3. Sawbones

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    I don't have to have bark. And the Cob is rustic enough for sure. I think that is why I like the Poker shape cause it looks like a Cob. I haven't seen anything but real dark ones, I have been looking for a light colored one, just plain unfinished wood or briar. You know, I don't have a Meerschaum, maybe I should see if they have one of those in a poker shape...
     
  4. Sawbones

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    I went and did a search for Ropp Cherrywood. I like the looks of those! Too bad they are out of production. I think though, that I could make something like that myself. That will be my next project, to make a poker pipe out of my old apple tree....
     
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  6. Sawbones

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    Hey, those are nice. Here we go again, the last thing I need is another pipe!
     
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