Irish Seconds

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Irish Second pipes begin life alongside Peterson pipes in Dublin, but at some point a flaw appears making future life as one of those celebrated pipes impossible. At this point the pipes were roughly finished, given a standard vulcanite stem instead of a P-Lip, and stamped only with "Irish Second" and "Made in the Republic of Ireland". These pipes were sold at a far more affordable rate than Peterson pipes, but are believed to no longer be sold new.