RSS feed for this topic. Peterson Summertime Pipes 4. Is there anything specifically that separates "tankard" style pipe and a "Poker" style pipe? Peterson Fermoy Pipes 4. I've read online where this happens with newer Peterson's. Peterson Carlingford Green Pipes. Peterson considers this a specialty shape in their line of Specialty Pipes and thus has it has no shape number.

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Tsuge offer's their Tankard as part of a specialty line of briar pipes that feature a metal shank. I've seen pipes referred to as Barrels that fit the description of Pokers, Cherrywoods, and Tankards, with the exception that its bowl is always barrel-shaped not the Poker-style bowl. Peterson's Barrel is based on its Tankard shape.

Bubba Preferred Member Joined: I'm so confused now. I just checked out those E-star pokers you mentioned, they look very nice. I would be interested in hearing how you like yours once you get it. I am curious also, the budget price for a Tsuge and generous use of metal cause me a little trepidation but I just had to have one!

Ok, Tsuge tankard is here. A nice, light, smallish pipe, no hefty poker here. Very fine sandblast texture on the briar, almost velvety. The metal parts apparently aluminum are a fine brushed satin. Passes a pipe cleaner easily. The size and tall, narrow shape scream "flake" to me so I loaded it with some MacBaren VA flake I got in the same order.

This is a smallish flake, and fit perfect folded and stuffed. I've read online where this happens with newer Peterson's. However, it is a great smoke! Yes 0 No 0. Light and strong in addition to wonderful craftsmenship! Yes 2 No 0. By providing my email address, I agree to receive special offers by email from Pipes and Cigars. Click here for contest rules. Click here for contest winners.

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