Larrysson pipes are carved by Paul Hubartt in Cornwall, England. Born in Iceland, living mostly in Indiana, his pipes take on the tradition of Scandinavian naming; he is Larry's son. Developing a love for pipes around the year 2000, as a member of a pipe club in Northern Indiana, he made his first pieces in 2004. Only later, in 2006, he moved with his wife to Cornwall to set up a beautiful home and workshop.
His pipes have some unique finishes, such as his tree bark rustication, and the sandblasted pieces are some of the best textures in the world. The stems are cut from vulcanite, cumberland or colored acrylic rod and all are fitted with a delrin tenon for ease of use (and strength). He frequently uses accents, ranging from silver to boxwood.