Twelve Days of Dunhill and So Much More
Today's update is, to say the least, large. One of the largest we’ve ever had, especially in terms of the work put into it (descriptions, photography, and so forth), thanks to a quite a bounty of premium artisan and collector pipes that have landed in our lap – not to mention a whole bunch of new accessories. Whether new or estate, you’ll find just about everything from Knudsen, to J. Alan, to Lasse Skovgaard, to Karl Heinz-Joura and Rainer Barbi cropping up in one place or another, as well as a great mountain of modestly priced briars by Tsuge, Peterson, Savinelli, Johs, Chacom, Stanwell, and Luciano, and - wait for it - we're also introducing some impressively sized Big Ben Clay Churchwardens.
As luck would have it, we also have something really, really special in English estates– distinguished even amongst the aforementioned selections. Through some auspicious bit of luck, this holiday season we somehow found ourselves looking down at an example – the first we’ve ever seen – of the full twelve-year run of Dunhill’s “Twelve Days of Christmas” pipes, which ran from 1993-2004 and are generally considered the most desirable of all their Christmas Pipes. And on top of that, all but two of them are the fourth pipes of each limited-number edition. We’d honestly be surprised if we ever saw so many “4”s in place ever again.
Well, that’s enough from me – no doubt many of you have already raced off to stake your claims. If you do happen to still be reading this, however, make sure and check out the little shipping information page we’ve put together, to help you ensure your holiday packages arrive in time.
Eric Squires: Copywriter
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