Short and Sweet
Well, everyone has finally returned from their most recent jaunt to a trade show, bringing with them the usual post-show combination of chaos and lingering jet-lag. Part of that naturally includes Sykes, Ted, and Dennis arriving laden with about a ton of newly-acquired pipes, all of which will of course be making their way onto the site in the near future. After, that is, we've thoroughly sifted through them, inspected them, photographed them, weighed and measured and done our best to write flatteringly about them. In short, since we've a lot of work before us to get these Fresh Pipes of Updates Future to you, I'll be making it short to get this Monday's update to you as well. Or trying to, at least. In retrospect roughly half this paragraph may have been completely unnecessary, but it's too late to do anything about it now; even chopping out this last clearly superfluous sentence would only be yet a further waste of precious time.
Enough with the delays! Today you want pipes -- it is no doubt the very reason you're reading this. Perhaps you're in the market for a new aromatic blend as well, something which Samuel Gawith, coincidently, just happens to have turned up with. Or maybe a shiny new mammoth ivory tamper, hand-made by none other than the great Canadian outdoorsman/pipemaker Michael Parks -- we have those too. As for the main course, first up is renowned Japanese artisan Smio Satou, offering a selection of sublimely-grained beauties, followed by a bit of counterpoint in the form of craggily-blasted English classics by Ashton, and then of course a broad and varied selection of Lucianos, Johs, Vauens, Stanwells, Chacoms, Savinellis, and Petersons. Last but not least comes Danish and American estates, with this Monday's offerings particularly heavy on the works of highly-demanded artisans.
Eric Squires: Copywriter
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