Dieter Gottschling

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After Ingo Garbe Dieter Gottschling is the second German who settled down on the small island of Læsø in the Baltic Sea and made pipes (BTW; Anne Julie lives there, too). But unlike Garbe Gottschling was more or less a hobbyistic carver. Even though his pipes are certified to be of respectable quality. Gottschling preferred rather traditional shapes - mostly of bigger sizes and made for 9mm filters. He is said to have stopped making pipes a few years ago.

Contact Information

Dieter Gottschling
Gammel Østerbyvej 19, Østerby
9940 Læsø 

Tel.: +45 98 49 81 27