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[[Image:Rainerbarbi1.jpg|thumb|316px|Featured Pipe, Rainer [[Barbi]]- Volcano]]
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Many dedicated collectors have worked to chronicle pipe brands and makers. It is a daunting and never ending task. Pipedia owes special thanks to J. Rex Poggenpohl for use of his 9/95 list of ''North American Pipe Makers in the 20th Century'', with major contributions by: Tom Colwell, Gary Donachy, Tom Dunn, Bill Unger, and Herb Wilczak. Other sources include, ''Who Made That Pipe?'', by Herb Wilczak & Tom Colwell, ''Pipes, Artisans and Trademarks'', by José Manual Lopes, Tom Dunn's The Pipe Smoker's Emphameris (TPSE), ''Scandanavian Pipe Makers'', by Jan Andersson, and the excellent work of [http://pipephil.eu/ Pipephil]. Many others have also made significant contributions and continue the work. Thanks to you all!
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[[Image:Rainerbarbi1.jpg|thumb|316px|Featured Pipe, Rainer [[Barbi|Barbi]]- Volcano]]
  
[[Image:Jeffgracik2.jpg|right|thumb|316px|Featured Pipe, [[Jeff Gracik (J. Alan Pipes)]] - Zen Blowfish]]
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[[Image:Jeffgracik2.jpg|right|thumb|316px|Featured Pipe, [[Jeff Gracik (J. Alan Pipes)|Jeff Gracik (J. Alan Pipes)]] - Zen Blowfish]]
  
[[Image:Kent_Rasmussen_Pipe05.jpg|thumb|316px|Featured Pipe by [[Kent Rasmussen]], courtesy Lars Kiel]]
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[[Image:Kent_Rasmussen_Pipe05.jpg|thumb|316px|Featured Pipe by [[Kent Rasmussen|Kent Rasmussen]], courtesy Lars Kiel]]
  
[[Image:bradpohlmann5.jpg|right|thumb|316px|Featured Pipe, [[Brad Pohlmann]] - Bulldog]]
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[[Image:bradpohlmann5.jpg|right|thumb|316px|Featured Pipe, [[Brad Pohlmann|Brad Pohlmann]] - Bulldog]]
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= '''Pipe brands and makers by location''' = <!--T:4-->
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It would be great to have an overview of the history of pipe making in each of these regions. Please feel free to contribute information to the individual sections. Many of the pipe makers still need bios or additional information and pictures (just click on them, and then select the Edit tab to add any information you have). Feel free to add other pipe makers you've a particular interest in or knowledge of. Please let me know if you need any help managing the wiki: mailto:sethile.pipes@gmail.com
  
= '''Pipe brands and makers by location''' =
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It would be great to see an overview of the history of pipe making in each region. Please feel free to contribute information to the individual sections. Many of the pipe makers still need bios or additional information and pictures (just click on them, and then select the Edit tab to add any information you have). Feel free to add other pipe makers you've a particular interest in or knowledge of. Please let me know if you need any help managing the wiki: mailto:sethile.pipes@gmail.com
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We use the term '''''Broken Pipe''''' coined by Tom Dunn, and also used by Jan Andersson, to denote Pipe Makers who have passed on. (Translation of the commonly used French expression "Casser sa pipe")
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== '''Africa''' == <!--T:6-->
  
We use the term '''''Broken Pipe''''' coined by Tom Dunn, and also used by Jan Andersson, to denote Pipe Makers who have passed on. (Translation of the commonly used French expression "Casser sa pipe")
 
  
== '''Africa''' ==
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=== Algeria === <!--T:7-->
  
=== Algeria ===
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[[Image:F-ALG.gif]]
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[[Image:F-ALG.gif|Image:F-ALG.gif]]
 
{|
 
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|'''[[Amiel]]'''||Raoul Amiel
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Amiel|Amiel]]'''||Raoul Amiel
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/El Morjane|El Morjane]]'''||Lopes states they are produced in Algeria with Vulcanite stems
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=== Isle of São Vicente === <!--T:9-->
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|'''Pulu'''||Brand from Cape Verdian artisan (Isle of São Vicente) African wood; Stamp: '''PULU'''
 
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=== Morocco === <!--T:11-->
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[[Image:Moroccoflag.jpg|Image:Moroccoflag.jpg]]
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|'''Riff'''|| Stamped "Made in Morocco"
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=== South Africa === <!--T:13-->
  
=== South Africa ===
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[[Image:SAF.gif]]
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[[Image:SAF.gif|Image:SAF.gif]]
 
{|
 
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|'''[[du Preez]]'''||Leon du Preez
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/du Preez|du Preez]]'''||Leon du Preez
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ebenhart's Handmade Pipes|Ebenhart's Handmade Pipes]]'''||Ebenhart Botha
 
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|'''[[Ebenhart's Handmade Pipes]]'''||Ebenhart Botha
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Goussard Pipes|Goussard Pipes]]'''||Charl Goussard, Cape Town
 
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|'''[[Jobert]]'''||Johan Slabbert
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Jan Pietenpauw|Jan Pietenpauw]]'''||Jean du Toit, Pretoria
 
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|'''[[Goussard Pipes]]'''||Charl Goussard, Cape Town
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Jobert|Jobert]]'''||Johan Slabbert
 
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|'''[[Mattner]]'''||William Mattner
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kruger Opstaan|Kruger Opstaan]]'''||??
 
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|'''[[Wesley's]]'''||
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Mattner|Mattner]]'''||William Mattner
 
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|'''[[Jan Pietenpauw]]'''||Jean du Toit, Pretoria
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Piet Binsbergen|Piet Binsbergen]]'''||Piet Binsbergen, Pretoria
 
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|'''[[Piet Binsbergen]]'''||Piet Binsbergen, Pretoria
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Wesley's|Wesley's]]'''||South African tobacconist chain
 
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=== Tanganyika ===
 
'''[[Fader's M/L]]'''    Made for Fader's of Baltimore
 
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=== Tanzania ===
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[[Image:TAN.gif]]
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[[Image:TAN.gif|Image:TAN.gif]]
 
{|
 
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|'''[[Kiko]]'''||Kilimanjaro Pipe Company Ltd.
 
 
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|'''[[]]'''||
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Africob|Africob]]'''||
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Amboseli|Amboseli]]'''|| Maker of Calabash and Meerschaum pipes
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|'''Caveman'''||brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Kiko|Kiko]]
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|'''Countryman'''||Meerschaum pipes by [[Special:MyLanguage/Amboseli|Amboseli]], also a series by [[Special:MyLanguage/Charatan|Charatan]]
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Fader's M/L|Fader's M/L]]'''||Made for Fader's of Baltimore
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|'''Hillbilly'''||Brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Amboseli|Amboseli]]
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kiko|Kiko]]'''||Kilimanjaro Pipe Company Ltd.
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|'''Kilimanjaro'''||Tanganyika Meerschaum Corporation brand from [[Special:MyLanguage/Amboseli|Amboseli]]
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|'''Sportsman'''||Tanganyika Meerschaum Corporation brand from [[Special:MyLanguage/Amboseli|Amboseli]]
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|'''Tembo'''||Tanganyika Meerschaum Corporation brand from [[Special:MyLanguage/Amboseli|Amboseli]]
 
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|'''Wiga'''||Tanganyika Meerschaum Corporation brand from [[Special:MyLanguage/Amboseli|Amboseli]]
 
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=== Argentina ===
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[[Image:Argentina.jpg]]
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=== Argentina === <!--T:18-->
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[[Image:Argentina.jpg|Image:Argentina.jpg]]
 
{|
 
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|'''[[Bambi Pipes]]'''||Gustavo Miguel Gonzalez
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bambi Pipes|Bambi Pipes]]'''||Gustavo Miguel Gonzalez
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|'''Crisol'''||Argentinian brand produced in the early 20th century
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/D'Capo|D'Capo]]'''||Paolo Minotti
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|'''Hava Tampa'''||brand likely produced by [[Special:MyLanguage/Luigi Pipes|Luigi Pipes]]
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|'''[[Herrería]]'''||Pipas Herrería: Hand-made pipas by artisan Ezequiel Herrería
 
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|'''[[D'Capo]]'''||Paolo Minotti
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Luigi Pipes|Luigi Pipes]]'''||Luis Arbotto; Luigi is also an Italian brand by Luigi "[[Special:MyLanguage/Gigi|Gigi]]" Crugnola
 
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|'''[[Luigi Pipes]]'''||Luis Arbotto
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipas Cassano|Pipas Cassano]]'''||
 
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|'''[[Pipas Cassano]]'''||
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipas Piombo|Pipas Piombo]]'''||Pablo A. Piombo
 
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|'''[[Pipas Piombo]]'''||Pablo A. Piombo
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Schneider|Schneider]]'''||Bernardo Schnider; Buenos Aires
 
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|'''[[]]'''||
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Southern|Southern]]'''||Amadeo Viciconte
 
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=== Colombia===
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[[Image:Col-1.jpg|Image:Col-1.jpg]]
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipas Arguello MA|Pipas Arguello MA]]''' Miguel Arguello
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[[Image:Col-1.jpg]]
 
  
'''[[Pipas Arguello MA]]''' Miguel Arguello
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=== Brazil ===
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[[Image:F-BRA.gif]]
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[[Image:F-BRA.gif|Image:F-BRA.gif]]
 
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|'''[[Bazzanelli]]'''||Cachimbos Bazzanelli
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bazzanelli|Bazzanelli]]'''||Cachimbos Bazzanelli
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bertoldi|Bertoldi]]'''||Cachimbos Bertoldi
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|'''Giovanella'''||brand of pipe tobacco blender '''Candido Giovanella''' made by [[Special:MyLanguage/Bertoldi|Bertoldi]]
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/JCI|JCI]]'''||Cachimbos JCI, discontinued
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Larsan|Larsan]]'''||Larsan Indústria de Artefatos de Madeira
 
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|'''[[Bertoldi]]'''||Cachimbos Bertoldi
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/MarTelo|MarTelo]]'''||Gustavo Cunha, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
 
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|'''[[JCI]]'''||Cachimbos JCI, discontinued
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Cachimbos Brasil|Cachimbos Brasil]]'''||Fábrica de Cachimbos Brasil, discontinued
 
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|'''[[]]'''||
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ranieri|Ranieri]]'''||Cachimbos Ranieri, discontinued
 
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=== Canada ===
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[[Image:F-KAN.gif]]
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[[Image:F-KAN.gif|Image:F-KAN.gif]]
 
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|'''[[Aircool]]'''||Aluminum pipe with a briar bowl insert, distributed by Essential Agencies Limited, Toronto
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|'''Bell'''||William and David Bell; 19th century clay pipe factory in Quebec
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Blatter & Blatter|Blatter & Blatter]]'''||Peter and Robert Blatter; Montreal, Can.
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Briar Sweat & Tears/BST|Briar Sweat & Tears/BST]]'''||'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Todd Bannard|Todd Bannard]]'''; Carstairs, Alberta
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Brig|Brig]]'''||Canada
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Brigham Pipes|Brigham Pipes]]'''||
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Calich|Calich]]'''||John Calich
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Cats Paw Pipes|Cats Paw Pipes]]'''||Bill & Terri Weist
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Colm Magner|Colm Magner]]'''||
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Condina|Condina]]'''||Guiseppe Condina
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|'''Craft Briar'''||See [[Special:MyLanguage/Vesz Pipes|Vesz Pipes]], Julius Vesz; Toronto, Ont., Can.
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Downie Pipes|Downie Pipes]]'''||Stephen Downie
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|'''Dr. Thomas'''||Brand of '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Paradis Pipes|Paradis Pipes]]'''
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Fagan|Fagan]]'''||Mike Fagan
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Farhood|Farhood]]'''||??
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|'''Fernand Gignac'''||see '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Paradis Pipes|Paradis Pipes]]'''
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|'''Gerth's'''||Brand of former Montreal tobacconist, made by [[Special:MyLanguage/Comoy's|Comoy's]]; Symbol: '''G'''
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|'''Henderson & Lovelace, E.M.'''||Second half of the 19th century clay pipe factory in Montreal
 
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|'''[[Blatter & Blatter]]'''||
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|'''JBL'''||Canadian brand, see [[Special:MyLanguage/Paradis Pipes|Paradis Pipes]]
 
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|'''[[Brigham Pipes]]'''||
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|'''Jo Thomassin'''||Canadian brand, see [[Special:MyLanguage/Paradis Pipes|Paradis Pipes]]
 
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|'''[[Calich]]'''||John Calich
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Leonard Payne|Leonard Payne]]'''||system pipes; British Columbia
 
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|'''[[Cats Paw Pipes]]'''||Bill & Terri Weist
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/MacQueen Pipes|MacQueen Pipes]]'''||Colin MacQueen
 
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|'''[[Colm Magner]]'''||
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Magner|Magner]]'''||see [[Special:MyLanguage/Colm Magner|Colm Magner]]
 
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|'''[[Condina]]'''||Guiseppe Condina
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/McGrath|McGrath]]'''||John Hamilton McGrath
 
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|'''[[Downie Pipes]]'''||Stephen Downie
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|'''New London Golfer'''||Canadian brand, see [[Special:MyLanguage/Paradis Pipes|Paradis Pipes]]
 
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|'''[[Fagan]]'''||Mike Fagan
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Olde World Fine Clays|Olde World Fine Clays]]'''||Stephen Bray
 
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|'''[[MacQueen Pipes]]'''||Colin MacQueen
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Paradis Pipes|Paradis Pipes]]'''||Paradis Brothers
 
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|'''Magner'''||see [[Colm Magner]]
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Parks Pipes|Parks Pipes]]'''||Michael Parks
 
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|'''[[McGrath]]'''||John Hamilton McGrath
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Phillips|Phillips]]'''||Bill Phillips; Red Deer, Alberta
 
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|'''[[Olde World Fine Clays]]'''||Stephen Bray
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipes by Cody Perkins|Pipes by Cody Perkins]]'''||Cody Perkins
 
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|'''[[Paradis Pipes]]'''||Paradis Brothers
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipes by Wolfgang|Pipes by Wolfgang]]'''||Wolfgang Blazejewski
 
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|'''[[Parks Pipes]]'''||Michael Parks
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Rettalb|Rettalb]]'''||Rettalb is an anagram of "Blatter"! Sub-brand, → '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Blatter & Blatter|Blatter & Blatter]]'''
 
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|'''[[Pipes by Wolfgang]]'''||Wolfgang Blazejewski
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|'''Robert Bannerman'''||Canadian artisan and former Clay Pipe factory (1875-84), located in New York state, USA
 
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|'''Rettalb'''||Rettalb is an anagram of "Blatter"! Sub-brand, → '''[[Blatter & Blatter]]'''
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Rocheleau Briar Pipes|Rocheleau Briar Pipes]]'''||John Rocheleau
 
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|'''[[Rocheleau Briar Pipes]]'''||John Rocheleau
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|'''S.C. Pipes'''||Brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Paradis Pipes|Paradis Pipes]]
 
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|'''[[Seles Pipes]]'''||Stefan Seles
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Seles Pipes|Seles Pipes]]'''||Stefan Seles
 
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|'''[[Trypis Pipes]]'''||Phillip Trypis
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|'''Thomas Hinds'''||Brand and distributor based in Winnipeg; pipes made in Italy
 
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|'''[[Vesz Pipes]]'''||Julius Vesz
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Trypis Pipes|Trypis Pipes]]'''||Phillip Trypis
 
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|'''[[Wombaroo Pipes]]'''||Marty Simm
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Vesz Pipes|Vesz Pipes]]'''||Julius Vesz
 
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|'''[[]]'''||
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Wombaroo Pipes|Wombaroo Pipes]]'''||Marty Simm
 
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=== Chile ===
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[[Image:F-CHL.gif]]
 
  
'''[[Herrera]]''' - Leonardo Herrera
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[[Image:F-CHL.gif|Image:F-CHL.gif]]
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Herrera|Herrera]]'''||Leonardo Herrera
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipes JAS|Pipes JAS]]'''||Juan Antonio Salhus
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipas Ovejanegra|Pipas Ovejanegra]]'''||Carlos Toro Urrutia
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'''[[Pipes JAS]]''' - Juan Antonio Salhus
 
  
'''[[Pipas Ovejanegra]]''' - Carlos Toro Urrutia
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=== Cuba === <!--T:28-->
  
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[[File:Flag of Cuba.gif|File:Flag of Cuba.gif]]
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Arzuaga|Arzuaga]]'''||Rafael J. Arzuaga, an artisan making sculpted pipes
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/FC|FC]]'''||Miguel A. Rodriguez (Familia Crart, Creaciones Artisticas)
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=== Mexico===
 
[[Image:F-MEX.gif]]
 
  
'''[[Pipas de Cochera]]''' - Roberto González González
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'''[[Pipas Elo]]''' - Elo Rojas
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[[File:Flag of Ecuador.gif|File:Flag of Ecuador.gif]]
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|'''Lubaq'''||Eucalptus pipes made by Luis Baquero, who began a small production in 2001
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[[Image:F-MEX.gif|Image:F-MEX.gif]]
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{|
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Norma de México S.A.|Norma de México S.A.]]'''
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Park Lane|Park Lane]]'''
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Lunmore|Lunmore]]'''||Mexican brand by Louis Morones, no longer active
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipas de Cochera|Pipas de Cochera]]'''||Roberto González González
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipas Elo|Pipas Elo]]'''||Elo Rojas
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|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Rafa Salinas|Rafa Salinas]]'''||Mexico City
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=== United States ===
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=== United States === <!--T:34-->
[[Image:F-US.gif]]
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[[Image:F-US.gif|Image:F-US.gif]]
  
* '''[[American Pipe Brands & Makers A - B]]
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* '''[[American Pipe Brands & Makers C - D]]
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* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/American Pipe Brands & Makers A - B|American Pipe Brands & Makers A - B]]
* '''[[American Pipe Brands & Makers E - F]]
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* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/American Pipe Brands & Makers C - D|American Pipe Brands & Makers C - D]]
* '''[[American Pipe Brands & Makers G - H]]
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* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/American Pipe Brands & Makers E - F|American Pipe Brands & Makers E - F]]
* '''[[American Pipe Brands & Makers I - K]]
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* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/American Pipe Brands & Makers G - H|American Pipe Brands & Makers G - H]]
* '''[[American Pipe Brands & Makers L - M]]
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* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/American Pipe Brands & Makers I - K|American Pipe Brands & Makers I - K]]
* '''[[American Pipe Brands & Makers N - Q]]
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* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/American Pipe Brands & Makers L - M|American Pipe Brands & Makers L - M]]
* '''[[American Pipe Brands & Makers R - S]]
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* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/American Pipe Brands & Makers N - Q|American Pipe Brands & Makers N - Q]]
* '''[[American Pipe Brands & Makers T - V]]
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* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/American Pipe Brands & Makers R - S|American Pipe Brands & Makers R - S]]
* '''[[American Pipe Brands & Makers W - Z]]
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* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/American Pipe Brands & Makers T - V|American Pipe Brands & Makers T - V]]
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* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/American Pipe Brands & Makers W - Z|American Pipe Brands & Makers W - Z]]
  
  
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American pipe making is heavily influenced by the European schools, although Asian aesthetics, at least as they play out in pipes, have also become a notable influence. In particular, the Italian, English, and French schools, with their traditional shapes, have formed the basis for the work of many American pipe makers who have  pored over collections of old Dunhills, Barlings, GBDs, Costellos, Savinelli's, etc. Many of these shapes were well established by the 1920s. Others are heavily influenced by the makers of Danish high grade pipes, who have likewise been influenced by their mentors, the fathers of the Danish freehand movement of the 1950's and '60s.
 
American pipe making is heavily influenced by the European schools, although Asian aesthetics, at least as they play out in pipes, have also become a notable influence. In particular, the Italian, English, and French schools, with their traditional shapes, have formed the basis for the work of many American pipe makers who have  pored over collections of old Dunhills, Barlings, GBDs, Costellos, Savinelli's, etc. Many of these shapes were well established by the 1920s. Others are heavily influenced by the makers of Danish high grade pipes, who have likewise been influenced by their mentors, the fathers of the Danish freehand movement of the 1950's and '60s.
  
"[[Go West]]" is a fascinating look at high grade American pipe makers from across the pond. Written By: Erwin Van Hove and originally published in the French magazine, Pipe Mag.
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 +
"[[Special:MyLanguage/Go West|Go West]]" is a fascinating look at high grade American pipe makers from across the pond. Written By: Erwin Van Hove and originally published in the French magazine, Pipe Mag.
  
Among other interesting developments in US pipe making has been Sandblasting. Fred Hanna wrote an interesting article for The Pipe Collector called, [[The Best Sandblasted Pipes are Being Made By Americans]], where he writes, "Now and then, someone will point to a particular country, such as Denmark or Italy, and remark upon the quality of their pipe makers as a group.  This may be in terms of design, finish, mouthpieces, engineering, or what have you.  Let's add another such assessment. I have been watching the quality of sandblasting by Americans for the last couple of years, and I don't think there can be any doubt about it.  The best sandblasted pipes OVERALL are now coming out of the USA."
+
<!--T:39-->
 +
Among other interesting developments in US pipe making has been Sandblasting. Fred Hanna wrote an interesting article for The Pipe Collector called, [[Special:MyLanguage/The Best Sandblasted Pipes are Being Made By Americans|The Best Sandblasted Pipes are Being Made By Americans]], where he writes, "Now and then, someone will point to a particular country, such as Denmark or Italy, and remark upon the quality of their pipe makers as a group.  This may be in terms of design, finish, mouthpieces, engineering, or what have you.  Let's add another such assessment. I have been watching the quality of sandblasting by Americans for the last couple of years, and I don't think there can be any doubt about it.  The best sandblasted pipes OVERALL are now coming out of the USA."
  
 +
<!--T:40-->
 
Suffice it to say that a new generation of American pipe makers have emerged. Many have made the trek to high grade pipe mecca to study with the master carvers. They have brought back an entire school of technique and aesthetic and made it their own. Others combine the traditional and freehand styles in a unique combination. Regardless of their influences, many of these American pipe makers are pursuing pipe making with a tremendous passion and energy, and an individual spirit, not unlike the one that molded the country.
 
Suffice it to say that a new generation of American pipe makers have emerged. Many have made the trek to high grade pipe mecca to study with the master carvers. They have brought back an entire school of technique and aesthetic and made it their own. Others combine the traditional and freehand styles in a unique combination. Regardless of their influences, many of these American pipe makers are pursuing pipe making with a tremendous passion and energy, and an individual spirit, not unlike the one that molded the country.
 
----
 
----
  
=== Uruguay===
 
[[Image:F-URU.gif]]
 
  
'''[[Pedro Ferrizzo]]'''
+
=== Uruguay=== <!--T:41-->
  
'''[[Pipas Elfo]]''' - Helios Guidotti  
+
<!--T:42-->
 +
[[Image:F-URU.gif|Image:F-URU.gif]]
 +
{|
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pedro Ferrizzo|Pedro Ferrizzo]]'''
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipas Elfo|Pipas Elfo]]'''||Helios Guidotti
 +
|-
 +
|}
  
 +
<!--T:43-->
 
----
 
----
  
== '''Europe''' ==
 
  
=== Albania ===
+
== '''Europe''' == <!--T:44-->
[[Image:F-ALB.gif]]
+
 
 +
 
 +
=== Albania === <!--T:45-->
  
'''[[Tomori]]'''
+
<!--T:46-->
 +
[[Image:F-ALB.gif|Image:F-ALB.gif]]
 +
 
 +
<!--T:47-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Tomori|Tomori]]'''
 
----
 
----
=== Austria ===
+
 
[[Image:F-OST.gif]]
+
=== Austria === <!--T:48-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:49-->
 +
[[Image:F-OST.gif|Image:F-OST.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Andreas Bauer]]'''||Meerschaum Pipes
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Andreas Bauer|Andreas Bauer]]'''||Meerschaum Pipes
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Baff Tabakpfeifenunikate|Baff Tabakpfeifenunikate]]'''||David Wagner
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Edward's Pipes|Edward's Pipes]]'''||Edward Czerny
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Erste Ottakringer Pfeifenmanufaktur|Erste Ottakringer Pfeifenmanufaktur]]'''||Patrick Rutka
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Fisher|Fisher]]'''||Paul Fisher, Austrian Meerschaum artisan who settled in Manhattan, NYC, NY
 +
|-
 +
|'''Franz Hiess & Sohne'''|| old Austrian meerschaum pipe company; Vienna
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Baff Tabakpfeifenunikate]]'''||David Wagner
+
|'''Guido'''||Artisan with a small production, sometimes sold by Viennese tobacconist, Josef Ostermann
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Edward's Pipes]]'''||Edward Czerny
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Harkam Pfeifen|Harkam Pfeifen]]'''||Karl Harkam
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Erste Ottakringer Pfeifenmanufaktur]]'''||Patrick Rutka
+
|'''J. Hock'''||Vienna
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Harkam Pfeifen]]'''||Karl Harkam
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Huml|Huml]]'''||Karl Huml
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Huml]]'''||Karl Huml
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/J.N. Menhard|J.N. Menhard]]'''||19th Century Meerschaum artisan
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Kemperling]]'''||Salzburger Pfeifenfabrik
+
|'''Kaufthal'''||Former Meerschaum pipe factory; Vienna
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Krenn]]'''||Hans Krenn
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kemperling|Kemperling]]'''||Salzburger Pfeifenfabrik
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Lenz]]'''||Josef Lenz; c/o Tischlerei Lenz
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Krenn|Krenn]]'''||Hans Krenn
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Matzhold]]'''||Peter Matzhold
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Lenz|Lenz]]'''||Josef Lenz; c/o Tischlerei Lenz
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Pfeifendesign Lorenz]]'''||Ludwig Lorenz
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Lorenz|Lorenz]]'''||Made in the Tyrol since 1886
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Prammer Freehand Pfeifen]]'''||Josef Prammer
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Matzhold|Matzhold]]'''||Peter Matzhold
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Stiegler]]'''||Christoph Stiegler
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pfeifendesign Lorenz|Pfeifendesign Lorenz]]'''||Ludwig Lorenz
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Strambach]]'''||Meerschaum Pipes
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Prammer Freehand Pfeifen|Prammer Freehand Pfeifen]]'''||Josef Prammer
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Tine Pipes]]'''||Martin Steinthaler
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Stiegler|Stiegler]]'''||Christoph Stiegler
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Strambach|Strambach]]'''||Meerschaum Pipes
 
|-
 
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Tine Pipes|Tine Pipes]]'''||Martin Steinthaler
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Zenz Pipes|Zenz Pipes]]'''||Klaus Zenz
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
=== Belgium ===
+
 
[[Image:F-B.gif]]
+
 
 +
=== Belgium === <!--T:50-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:51-->
 +
[[Image:F-B.gif|Image:F-B.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Albertson]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Albertson|Albertson]]'''|| Former brand of Hillen, makers of [[Special:MyLanguage/Hilson|Hilson]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bocci|Bocci]]'''||Enrico Bocci
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Claessen Pipes|Claessen Pipes]]'''||Dirk Claessen, Antwerp
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Denny's|Denny's]]'''||Stamped '''Denny's''' and '''Made in Belgium'''
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Elie|Elie]]'''||Elie lives and works in France now
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Hilson|Hilson]]'''||Hillen Bros. Co.
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Lèonard|Lèonard]]'''||Piperia Lèonard, Terracotta pipe factory; Andenne
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Massis Pipes|Massis Pipes]]'''||Nick Ramaekers; Limburg, Belgium
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Bocci]]'''||Enrico Bocci
+
|'''Vandervelpen Gerben'''|| Pipe restorer; Vlaams-Brabant, Belgium
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Elie]]'''||Elie also lives in France
+
|'''Van Der Elst'''||Belgian brand, Belga Shop chain; made by [[Special:MyLanguage/Royal Dutch|Royal Dutch]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Hilson]]'''||Hillen Bros. Co.
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Vinche|Vinche]]'''||Belgian meerschaum pipe brand by '''Jean-Baptiste Vinche'''; Brussels
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Claessen Pipes]]'''||Dirk Claessen, Antwerp
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Bulgaria ===
+
=== Bulgaria === <!--T:52-->
[[Image:F-BUL.gif]]
+
 
 +
<!--T:53-->
 +
[[Image:F-BUL.gif|Image:F-BUL.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[GB Pipes]]'''||George Boyadjiev
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Demirev Pipes|Demirev Pipes]]||Kolyo Demirev; From Bulgaria, now in Prague, Czech Republic
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Getz Pipes|Getz Pipes]]'''||Georgi Todorov
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/GB Pipes|GB Pipes]]'''||George Boyadjiev
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Getz Pipes]]'''||Georgi Todorov
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/D.Gechev Pipes|D.Gechev Pipes]]'''||Desislav Gechev
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[D.Gechev Pipes]]'''||Desislav Gechev
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/SDB Pipes|SDB Pipes]]'''||Svetoslav Bozukov
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Croatia ===
+
 
[[Image:CROA0001.GIF]]
+
=== Croatia === <!--T:54-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:55-->
 +
[[Image:CROA0001.GIF|Image:CROA0001.GIF]]
 
{|
 
{|
|'''[[Davorin]]''' [[Image:Uglata_glagoljica.png|22px]]  
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Davorin|Davorin]]'''||[[Image:Uglata_glagoljica.png|22px]]  
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Dotter|Dotter]]'''||Domagoj Telišman
 +
|-
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/ND Pipes|ND Pipes]]'''||Daniel Mustran
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Dotter]]''' - Domagoj Telišman
 
 
|-
 
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/MPIPES|MPIPES]]'''||Marinko Neralić
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[tNd tobacco pipes]]''' - Daniel Mustran
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Cyprus ===
 
[[Image:1Cyprus.jpg]]
 
  
'''[[Kokkinos]]''' - Yiannos Kokkinos Custom Pipes
+
=== Cyprus === <!--T:56-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:57-->
 +
[[Image:1Cyprus.jpg|Image:1Cyprus.jpg]]
 +
{|
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kokkinos|Kokkinos]]''' - Yiannos Kokkinos Custom Pipes
 +
|-
 +
|}
 
----
 
----
=== Czech Republic ===
+
 
[[Image:F-CZ.gif]]
+
=== Czech Republic === <!--T:58-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:59-->
 +
[[Image:F-CZ.gif|Image:F-CZ.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Háp]]'''||Pavel Háp
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Adam pipes|Adam pipes]]'''||Adam Schorcht
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/BPK|BPK]]'''||Czech inexpensive brand with long tradition. Factory made pipes mainly for export.
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Celtic Tobacco|Celtic Tobacco]]'''||Dušan Doubek
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Demirev Pipes|Demirev Pipes]]||Kolyo Demirev; From Bulgaria, now in Czech Republic
 +
|-
 +
|'''Em Czapek'''||Former Czech brand, likely from the 19th century
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Háp|Háp]]'''||Pavel Háp
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Hodula|Hodula]]'''||Pavel Hodula
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/JanPipes|JanPipes]]'''||Jan Klouček
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Jirsa|Jirsa]]'''||Oldřich Jirsa
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kroupa|Kroupa]]'''||Hanz Kroupa
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Krška|Krška]]'''||Karel Krška
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Machát|Machát]]'''||Richard Machát
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Machek|Machek]]'''||Jiri Machek
 +
|-
 +
|'''Montebello'''||Former brand from the former Czechoslovakia
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Novakpipes|Novakpipes]]'''||Michal Novák
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Hodula]]'''||Pavel Hodula
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/P. Omrt|P. Omrt]]'''||Czech artisan making freehands
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[JanPipes]]'''||Jan Klouček
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Petr Pipes|Petr Pipes]]'''||Petr Libora
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Jirsa]]'''||Oldřich Jirsa
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pearl Bee|Pearl Bee]]'''||Radka Hofmannová
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Kroupa]]'''||Hanz Kroupa
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipkin|Pipkin]]'''||Petr Kučera
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Krška]]'''||Karel Krška
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pirkenhammer|Pirkenhammer]]'''||Circa 1850 Porcelain pipe
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/RX Pipes|RX Pipes]]'''||Radek Jůza, Prague , Czechia
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Machek]]'''||Jiri Machek
+
|'''Stanislav'''||Czech brand distributed by Mostex Group, run by Josef Stanislav
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Pearl Bee]]'''||Radka Hofmannová
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Tomas Mahovsky|Tomas Mahovsky]]'''||Tomáš Mahovský
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Vlasak]]'''||Martin Vlasak
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Vlasak|Vlasak]]'''||Martin Vlasák
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Zapletal ART]]'''||Jiří Zapletal
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Vobořil Pipes|Vobořil Pipes]]'''||Petr Vobořil
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Celtic Tobacco]]'''||Dušan Doubek
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Zapletal ART|Zapletal ART]]'''||Jiří Zapletal
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Denmark ===
+
=== Denmark === <!--T:60-->
[[Image:F-DK.gif]]
+
 
 +
<!--T:61-->
 +
[[Image:F-DK.gif|Image:F-DK.gif]]
 +
 
 +
<!--T:62-->
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Danish Pipe Brands & Makers A - D|Danish Pipe Brands & Makers A - D]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Danish Pipe Brands & Makers E - H|Danish Pipe Brands & Makers E - H]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Danish Pipe Brands & Makers I - L|Danish Pipe Brands & Makers I - L]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Danish Pipe Brands & Makers M - Q|Danish Pipe Brands & Makers M - Q]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Danish Pipe Brands & Makers R - T|Danish Pipe Brands & Makers R - T]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Danish Pipe Brands & Makers U - Z|Danish Pipe Brands & Makers U - Z]]'''
 +
 
 +
<!--T:63-->
 +
We highly recommend the following article on the history of Danish pipe making by [http://www.scandpipes.com/info.asp?text=3 Jakob Groth]. More Pipe maker articles coming soon to this section. Those in red still need articles. Please dive in if you'd like to help. Very thankfully there exists an excellent site dedicated to Scandinavian pipe makers. We highly recommend [http://danishpipemakers.com/ danishpipemakers.com]
 +
 
 +
'''Excellent resource:''' An translation of [http://www.fumeursdepipe.net/telecha/DanishPipeMakers.pdf Piber & Tobak, Danish Pipe Makers, Vol. 1 (1978 - 1998), on fumeursdepipe.net]
 +
----
 +
 
 +
=== Finland === <!--T:64-->
  
* '''[[Danish Pipe Brands & Makers A - D]]'''
+
<!--T:65-->
* '''[[Danish Pipe Brands & Makers E - H]]'''
+
[[File:Flag of Finland.gif|File:Flag of Finland.gif]]
* '''[[Danish Pipe Brands & Makers I - L]]'''
 
* '''[[Danish Pipe Brands & Makers M - Q]]'''
 
* '''[[Danish Pipe Brands & Makers R - T]]'''
 
* '''[[Danish Pipe Brands & Makers U - Z]]'''
 
  
We highly recommend the following article on the history of Danish pipe making by [http://www.scandpipes.com/main/history.html Jakob Groth]. More Pipe maker articles coming soon to this section. Those in red still need articles. Please dive in if you'd like to help. Very thankfully there exists an excellent site dedicated to Scandinavian pipe makers. We highly recommend [http://danishpipemakers.com/ danishpipemakers.com]
+
<!--T:66-->
 +
{|
 +
|-
 +
|'''Tapio Wirkkala'''||Finnish designer (1915-1985), who designed some pipe models
 +
|-
 +
|}
 
----
 
----
=== France ===
 
[[Image:F-F.gif]]
 
  
* '''[[French Pipe Brands & Makers A - K]]'''
+
 
* '''[[French Pipe Brands & Makers L - Z]]'''
+
=== France === <!--T:67-->
|'''[[Elie]]'''||Elie's also living in Belgium.
+
 
 +
<!--T:68-->
 +
[[Image:F-F.gif|Image:F-F.gif]]
 +
 
 +
<!--T:69-->
 +
'''Note:''' The French lists have been recently sub-divided due to growth --[[Special:MyLanguage/User:Sethile|sethile]] ([[User talk:Sethile|talk]]) 09:20, 18 June 2015 (CDT)
 +
 
 +
<!--T:70-->
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/French Pipe Brands & Makers A - D|French Pipe Brands & Makers A - D]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/French Pipe Brands & Makers E - H|French Pipe Brands & Makers E - H]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/French Pipe Brands & Makers I - L|French Pipe Brands & Makers I - L]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/French Pipe Brands & Makers M - Q|French Pipe Brands & Makers M - Q]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/French Pipe Brands & Makers R - T|French Pipe Brands & Makers R - T]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/French Pipe Brands & Makers U - Z|French Pipe Brands & Makers U - Z]]'''
 +
 
 +
<!--T:71-->
 
----
 
----
  
=== Germany ===
 
[[Image:F-D.gif]]
 
  
* '''[[German Pipe Brands & Makers A - D]]'''
+
=== Germany === <!--T:72-->
* '''[[German Pipe Brands & Makers E - H]]'''
+
 
* '''[[German Pipe Brands & Makers I - L]]'''
+
<!--T:73-->
* '''[[German Pipe Brands & Makers M - Q]]'''
+
[[Image:F-D.gif|Image:F-D.gif]]
* '''[[German Pipe Brands & Makers R - T]]'''
 
* '''[[German Pipe Brands & Makers U - Z]]'''
 
  
 +
<!--T:74-->
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/German Pipe Brands & Makers A - D|German Pipe Brands & Makers A - D]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/German Pipe Brands & Makers E - H|German Pipe Brands & Makers E - H]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/German Pipe Brands & Makers I - L|German Pipe Brands & Makers I - L]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/German Pipe Brands & Makers M - Q|German Pipe Brands & Makers M - Q]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/German Pipe Brands & Makers R - T|German Pipe Brands & Makers R - T]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/German Pipe Brands & Makers U - Z|German Pipe Brands & Makers U - Z]]'''
  
 +
 +
<!--T:75-->
 
More pipe maker articles coming soon. There exists an excellent site dedicated to German pipe makers. We highly recommend [http://www.german-pipemakers.de/index.html German Pipemakers]
 
More pipe maker articles coming soon. There exists an excellent site dedicated to German pipe makers. We highly recommend [http://www.german-pipemakers.de/index.html German Pipemakers]
 
----
 
----
=== Great Britain ===
 
[[Image:F-GB.gif]]
 
  
* '''[[British Pipe Brands & Makers A - D]]'''
+
=== Great Britain === <!--T:76-->
* '''[[British Pipe Brands & Makers E - H]]'''
+
 
* '''[[British Pipe Brands & Makers I - L]]'''
+
<!--T:77-->
* '''[[British Pipe Brands & Makers M - Q]]'''
+
[[Image:F-GB.gif|Image:F-GB.gif]]
* '''[[British Pipe Brands & Makers R - T]]'''
+
 
* '''[[British Pipe Brands & Makers U - Z]]'''
+
<!--T:78-->
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/British Pipe Brands & Makers A - D|British Pipe Brands & Makers A - D]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/British Pipe Brands & Makers E - H|British Pipe Brands & Makers E - H]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/British Pipe Brands & Makers I - L|British Pipe Brands & Makers I - L]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/British Pipe Brands & Makers M - Q|British Pipe Brands & Makers M - Q]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/British Pipe Brands & Makers R - T|British Pipe Brands & Makers R - T]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/British Pipe Brands & Makers U - Z|British Pipe Brands & Makers U - Z]]'''
 +
*See also, [[Special:MyLanguage/Briar Pipe Makers in London Directories|Briar Pipe Makers in London Directories]]
 
----
 
----
=== Greece ===
+
 
[[Image:F-GR.gif]]
+
 
 +
=== Greece === <!--T:79-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:80-->
 +
[[Image:F-GR.gif|Image:F-GR.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Alexander Pipes]]'''||Alexandros Zavvos
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Alexander Pipes|Alexander Pipes]]'''||Alexandros Zavvos
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Amadeus Pipes|Amadeus Pipes]]'''||Achaiki Amadeus S.A. / Briar Manufacturing Industry S.A. (PTM)
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Anastasopoulos, Kostas|Anastasopoulos, Kostas]]'''||'''K. Anastasopoulos''' ''Handmade'' Smoking pipes / Mr. Kostas Anastasopoulos'' (Amateur Pipe Maker)'' / Athens, Greece
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Amadeus Pipes]]'''||Achaiki Amadeus S.A. / Briar Manufacturing Industry S.A. (PTM)
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Archaggelos Pipes|Archaggelos Pipes]]'''||'''Archaggelos''' ''Handmade'' Smoking pipes / made by [[Special:MyLanguage/Michael Kyriazanos|Michael Kyriazanos]] / Athens, Greece
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Stefanou Pipex]]'''||Stefanou Pipex / Handmade Pipes / Lygourio - Epidavros , Greece
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/A.S. Smoking Pipes|A.S. Smoking Pipes]]'''||''Handmade'' Smoking pipes / Mr. Anthony Salas ''(Amateur Pipe Maker)'' / Agia Paraskevi, Greece
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Velasco smoking pipes]]'''||Handmade smoking pipes by Michael Pipinis-Aliagas / Athens, Greece
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Asteriou, Chris|Asteriou, Chris]]'''||Hand made briar pipes / Chris Asteriou / Athens, Greece
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Epsilon2 Rhodian Pipes|Epsilon2 Rhodian Pipes]]||Efthymios Efthymiou; Rhodes Island
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Gourvelos, Kostas |Gourvelos, Kostas ]]'''||'''K. Gourvelos - Woodturning''' ''Handmade'' Smoking pipes / Mr. Kostas Gourvelos / Athens, Greece
 +
|-
 +
|'''Pipex Pipes'''||See [[Special:MyLanguage/Stefanou Pipex|Stefanou Pipex]], George Stefanou
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Michael Kyriazanos|Michael Kyriazanos]]'''|| Athens, Greece
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/D. Mostras Pipes|D. Mostras Pipes]]'''||Greece
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Stefanou Pipex|Stefanou Pipex]]'''||Stefanou Pipex / Handmade Pipes / Lygourio - Epidavros , Greece
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Velasco smoking pipes|Velasco smoking pipes]]'''||Handmade smoking pipes by Michael Pipinis-Aliagas / Athens, Greece
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Hungary ===
+
 
[[Image:F-UN.gif]]
+
=== Hungary === <!--T:81-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:82-->
 +
[[Image:F-UN.gif|Image:F-UN.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Gallvitz]]'''||Viktor Zöllner (owner)
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Adler|Adler]]'''||Antique Meerschaums
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Gallvitz|Gallvitz]]'''||Viktor Zöllner (owner)
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Karol Kovacs|Karol Kovacs]]'''||Budapest Cobbler, often credited with making 1st Meerschaum pipe
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Hungarian Kalmasche, 1850|Kalmasche]]||A Beautifully carved example, circa 1850
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Körös Pipes]]'''||Balázs Szabó (owner)
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Körös Pipes|Körös Pipes]]'''||Balázs Szabó (owner)
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Selmec|Selmec]]'''||19th Century Clay Pipes made in Selmec
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
=== Ireland ===
 
[[Image:F-IRE.gif]]
 
  
 +
=== Ireland === <!--T:83-->
 +
 +
<!--T:84-->
 +
[[Image:F-IRE.gif|Image:F-IRE.gif]]
 +
 +
<!--T:85-->
 
{|
 
{|
  
|'''B.P.L.'''||   A brand of Briar Pipes Limited, Dublin Ireland
+
<!--T:86-->
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Auld Erin|Auld Erin]]'''||A [[Peterson]] second or sub-brand
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/B.P.L.|B.P.L.]]'''||A brand of Briar Pipes Limited, Dublin Ireland
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bennington|Bennington's Belfast]]'''||Also a [[Special:MyLanguage/Peterson|Peterson]] sub-brand, Made in the Republic of Ireland for a Florida tobacconist
 +
|-
 +
|'''Captain Pete'''||[[Special:MyLanguage/Peterson|Peterson]] second
 +
|-
 +
|'''Erica'''||[[Special:MyLanguage/Peterson|Peterson]] second
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/John Aylesbury|John Aylesbury]]'''||Brand of John Aylesbury tobacco, but now a [[Special:MyLanguage/Peterson|Peterson]] second
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Irish Seconds|Irish Seconds]]'''||A [[Special:MyLanguage/Peterson|Peterson]] sub-brand, sold in the U.S.A., also in Austria
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Irish Gems|Irish Gems]]'''||Also a Peterson sub-brand???
 +
|-
 +
|'''Kinsale'''||A [[Special:MyLanguage/Peterson|Peterson]] sub-brand / second
 +
|-
 +
|'''Lord Beatty'''||Irish brand likely originating at [[Special:MyLanguage/Peterson|Peterson]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''Irish Seconds'''||   A [[Peterson]] sub-brand, sold in the U.S.A.
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Peterson|Peterson]]'''||
 
|-
 
|-
|'''Irish Gems'''|| Also a Peterson sub-brand???
+
|'''Shamrock'''||A [[Special:MyLanguage/Peterson|Peterson]] sub-brand / second
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Peterson]]'''
 
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Italy ===
+
=== Italy === <!--T:87-->
[[Image:F-IT.gif]]
 
  
* '''[[Italian Pipe Brands & Makers A - C]]'''
+
<!--T:88-->
* '''[[Italian Pipe Brands & Makers D - F]]'''
+
[[Image:F-IT.gif|Image:F-IT.gif]][[File:Lepipe Viprati.jpg|thumb|link=http://www.lepipe.it/en/pipedia.asp?utm_source=pipedia&=utm_medium=pipedia&=utm_campaign=pipedia|Many thanks to [http://www.lepipe.it/en/pipedia.asp?utm_source=pipedia&=utm_medium=pipedia&=utm_campaign=pipedia lepipe.it] for their underwriting support. They have a large selection of Italian pipes]]
* '''[[Italian Pipe Brands & Makers G - J]]'''
 
* '''[[Italian Pipe Brands & Makers K - L]]'''
 
* '''[[Italian Pipe Brands & Makers M - P]]'''
 
* '''[[Italian Pipe Brands & Makers R - S]]'''
 
* '''[[Italian Pipe Brands & Makers T - Z]]'''
 
  
*See [[A Short History of The Italian Handmade Pipe]], by R.D.Field for an interesting article on the Castello, Caminetto, and Ascorti connection.
+
<!--T:89-->
*See [[Thoughts on Italian Pipes]] - Sykes Wilford's musings on Italian pipe design.
+
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Italian Pipe Brands & Makers A - C|Italian Pipe Brands & Makers A - C]]'''
*Pipe making courses by '''[[Bertram Safferling]]'''. For info see [http://www.freehand.de/pipemaking_courses_and_seminars_01.html Safferling]
+
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Italian Pipe Brands & Makers D - F|Italian Pipe Brands & Makers D - F]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Italian Pipe Brands & Makers G - J|Italian Pipe Brands & Makers G - J]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Italian Pipe Brands & Makers K - L|Italian Pipe Brands & Makers K - L]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Italian Pipe Brands & Makers M - P|Italian Pipe Brands & Makers M - P]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Italian Pipe Brands & Makers R - S|Italian Pipe Brands & Makers R - S]]'''
 +
* '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Italian Pipe Brands & Makers T - Z|Italian Pipe Brands & Makers T - Z]]'''
 +
 
 +
<!--T:90-->
 +
*See [[Special:MyLanguage/A Short History of The Italian Handmade Pipe|A Short History of The Italian Handmade Pipe]], by R.D.Field for an interesting article on the Castello, Caminetto, and Ascorti connection.
 +
*See [[Special:MyLanguage/Thoughts on Italian Pipes|Thoughts on Italian Pipes]] - Sykes Wilford's musings on Italian pipe design.
 +
*Pipe making courses by '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bertram Safferling|Bertram Safferling]]'''. For info see [http://www.freehand.de/pipemaking_courses_and_seminars_01.html Safferling]
 
----
 
----
  
=== Latvia ===
 
[[Image:Lettland.gif]]
 
  
'''[[Senatorov]]''' (Sergei Senatorov Fjodorovic)
+
=== Latvia === <!--T:91-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:92-->
 +
[[Image:Lettland.gif|Image:Lettland.gif]]
 +
 
 +
<!--T:93-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Senatorov|Senatorov]]''' (Sergei Senatorov Fjodorovic)
 
----
 
----
=== Malta ===
 
[[Image:Malta.gif]]
 
  
'''[[Briar Pipeworks Ltd.]]''' (Marsa / Malta)
+
=== Malta === <!--T:94-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:95-->
 +
[[Image:Malta.gif|Image:Malta.gif]]
 +
 
 +
<!--T:96-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Briar Pipeworks Ltd.|Briar Pipeworks Ltd.]]''' (Marsa / Malta)
 
----
 
----
  
=== Netherlands ===
+
 
[[Image:F-NL.gif]]
+
=== Netherlands === <!--T:97-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:98-->
 +
[[Image:F-NL.gif|Image:F-NL.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''Amphora'''||Elbert Gubbels
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Amphora|Amphora]]'''||Elbert Gubbels
 +
|-
 +
|'''Baronite Pipe'''||see [[Special:MyLanguage/GoedeWaagen|GoedeWaagen]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Big Ben|Big Ben]]'''||Elbert Gubbels
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Copenhagen Style|Copenhagen Style]]'''||Elbert Gubbels
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Croydon|Croydon]]'''||Lex Brouwer
 +
|-
 +
|'''De Star'''||17th century Dutch ceramics factory founded by De Jong family in Gouda, and sold in 1853 to [[Special:MyLanguage/GoedeWaagen|GoedeWaagen]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Don Bernard Pipes|Don Bernard Pipes]]'''||Bernard Myburgh
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/GoedeWaagen|GoedeWaagen]]'''||Holland - Clay
 +
|-
 +
|'''Gold Waagen'''||Dutch brand (Gouda) of ceramic pipes from Royal [[Special:MyLanguage/GoedeWaagen|GoedeWaagen]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/GtP|GtP]]'''||Gouda Tobacco Pipes; Adriaan van der Want; Gouda, Holland
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Gubbels|Gubbels]]'''||Elbert Gubbels - Royal Dutch Pipe Factory
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Big Ben]]'''||Elbert Gubbels
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Hajenius|Hajenius]]'''||P.G.C. Hajenius; Amsterdam
 
|-
 
|-
|'''Copenhagen Style'''||Elbert Gubbels
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Hilson|Hilson]]'''||Elbert Gubbels; formerly Belgium
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Croydon]]'''||Lex Brouwer
+
|'''Humbry Briar'''||Second brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Gubbels|Gubbels]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Don Bernard Pipes]]'''||Bernard Myburgh
+
|'''Old Mokum'''||Dutch ceramic pipe brand made by [[Special:MyLanguage/Zenith|Zenith]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[GoedeWaagen]]'''||Holland - Clay
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Royal Dutch|Royal Dutch]]'''||Elbert Gubbels
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Gubbels]]'''||Elbert Gubbels - Royal Dutch Pipe Factory
+
|'''Royal GoedeWaagen'''||see [[Special:MyLanguage/GoedeWaagen|GoedeWaagen]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Hajenius]]'''||P.G.C. Hajenius; Amsterdam
+
|'''Tatoo'''||Brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Royal Dutch|Royal Dutch]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Hilson]]'''||Elbert Gubbels; formerly Belgium
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Zenith|Zenith]]'''||Dutch porcelain pipe brand
 
|-
 
|-
|'''Royal Dutch'''||Elbert Gubbels
+
|}
 +
----
 +
 
 +
 
 +
=== Montenegro ===
 +
 
 +
[[File:Flag of Montenegero.jpg]]
 +
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''[[Canaan Pipes]]'''||Abi Natur
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Norway ===
+
=== Norway === <!--T:99-->
[[Image:F-NOR.gif]]
+
 
 +
<!--T:100-->
 +
[[Image:F-NOR.gif|Image:F-NOR.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Lillehammer]]'''||G. Larsen
+
|'''Bastia'''||Brand (second] of [[Special:MyLanguage/Lillehammer|Lillehammer]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bård Hansen|Bård Hansen]]||Current maker of [[Special:MyLanguage/Tabago|Tabago]]; Bryggen
 +
|-
 +
|'''G. Larsen Pipefabrik'''||see [[Special:MyLanguage/Lillehammer|Lillehammer]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Lillehammer|Lillehammer]]'''||G. Larsen
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Tabago]]'''||Bård Hansen
+
|'''Old Briar'''||Second brand of G. Larsen, see [[Special:MyLanguage/Lillehammer|Lillehammer]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Tabago|Tabago]]'''||Two separate brands over the years, currently made by [[Special:MyLanguage/Bård Hansen|Bård Hansen]]
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
=== Poland ===
+
 
[[Image:F-POL.gif]]
+
=== Poland === <!--T:101-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:102-->
 +
[[Image:F-POL.gif|Image:F-POL.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
|'''[[Antoniewski]]'''||Bartlomiej Antoniewski
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Antoniewski|Antoniewski]]'''||Bartlomiej Antoniewski
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/B&B|B&B]]'''||Artur & Mariusz Bednarczyk
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bróg|Bróg]]'''||'''Mr. Bróg''': Kazimierz Rog, and Zbigniew & Renata Bednarczyk
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Czeslaw Partyka|Czeslaw Partyka]]'''||???
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[B&B]]'''||Artur & Mariusz Bednarczyk
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Dominik Pipes|Dominik Pipes]]'''
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Bróg]]'''||Zbigniew & Renata Bednarczyk
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Fajkołamacz|Fajkołamacz]]'''||Łukasz Tolzdorf
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Filar]]'''||Ryszard Filar
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Filar|Filar]]'''||Ryszard Filar
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Kulpinski]]'''||Ryszard Kulpinski
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Jerzy Dudziak|Jerzy Dudziak]]'''||Polish artisan working in partnership with [[Special:MyLanguage/Stanislaw Solarski|Stanislaw Solarski]]??
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Parol]]'''||Marek Parol
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/JSG|JSG]]'''||Jan Szymon Gołowacz
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Poliński]]'''||Tadeusz & Celina Poliński
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kowalewski|Kowalewski]]'''||'''Lech Kowalewski''', makes sculpted wooden pipes
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Rogrus]]'''||Robert Gruszczynski
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kulpinski|Kulpinski]]'''||Ryszard Kulpinski
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Samsel]]'''||Tomasz Samsel (now Australia)
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Meissen Porcelain|Meissen Porcelain]]'''||Royal-Polish and Electoral-Saxon Porcelain Manufactory, Circa 1700s
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Worobiec]]'''||Henryk Worobiec
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Miron Chudio|Miron Chudio]]'''||Mayron
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Fajkołamacz]]'''||Łukasz Tolzdorf
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Parol|Parol]]'''||Marek Parol
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pastuch Pipes|Pastuch Pipes]]||'''Wojtek Pastuch
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Poliński|Poliński]]'''||Tadeusz & Celina Poliński
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Rogrus|Rogrus]]'''||Robert Gruszczynski
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Samsel|Samsel]]'''||Tomasz Samsel (now Australia)
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Swoboda|Swoboda]]'''||(Wincenty); Czeck artisan in Poland
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Walat|Walat]]'''||Ludwik Walat, brand and name of highly respected Polish artisan who also worked for the [[Special:MyLanguage/Swoboda|Swoboda]] factory
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Worobiec|Worobiec]]'''||Henryk Worobiec
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Wozniak Pipes|Wozniak Pipes]]'''||Rafał Woźniak
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Zembrowski Pipes|Zembrowski Pipes]]'''||Tomasz Zembrowski
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Portugal ===
+
=== Portugal === <!--T:103-->
[[Image:F-POR.gif]]
+
 
 +
<!--T:104-->
 +
[[Image:F-POR.gif|Image:F-POR.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Reis]]'''||Joao Reis
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Cardador|Cardador]]'''||José Bandeira Cardador
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Casimiro|Casimiro]]'''||Manual Fernandes Casimiro; Canal Caveria
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Couto|Couto]]'''||Antonio Moreira Couto
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Haveneza|Haveneza]]||Casa Havaneza brand
 +
|-
 +
|'''Medusa'''||Inexpensive brand made by third parties for distributor SREI
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Reis|Reis]]'''||Joao Reis
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Robalo|Robalo]]'''||Bruno Robalo
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Santos|Santos]]'''||Sabina Santos; Arruda dos Vinhos
 +
|-
 +
|'''Sua Excêlencia'''||Brand from the SIPIL distributor. Good quality classics and freehands, made in Italy
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/EV|EV]]'''||Eduardo Vieira
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Scorpius Pipes|Scorpius Pipes]]'''||João Madaíl
 
|-
 
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Atelier António|Atelier António]]'''||António Monteiro
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Romania ===
+
=== Romania === <!--T:105-->
[[Image:F-RUM.gif]]
+
 
 +
<!--T:106-->
 +
[[Image:F-RUM.gif|Image:F-RUM.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Gabos Pipes]]'''||'''Gabos Costin Iuliu'''
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/AA Pipes|AA Pipes]]'''||Alguhan Akşar (Bucharest, Romania)
|-
 
|'''[[Negoita]]'''||'''Rolando Negoita''' (now USA)
 
 
 
|-
 
|'''[[AA Pipes]]'''||Alguhan Akşar (Bucharest, Romania)
 
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Aaron Pipes]]'''||(Bucharest, Romania)
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Gabos Pipes|Gabos Pipes]]'''||'''Gabos Costin Iuliu'''
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Humidor Pipes]]'''||Bogdan Dr (Bucharest, Romania)
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Humidor Pipes|Humidor Pipes]]'''||(Bucharest, Romania)
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Negoita|Negoita]]'''||'''Rolando Negoita''' (now USA)
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Russia ===
+
 
[[Image:F-RUS.gif]]
+
=== Russia === <!--T:107-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:108-->
 +
[[Image:F-RUS.gif|Image:F-RUS.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 +
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguge/A.Kadnikov|A.Kadnikov]]'''||Andrei Kadnikov, Moscow
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ailarov|Ailarov]]'''||Sergey Ailarov
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bondarev|Bondarev]]'''||Alexander Bondarev, St. Petersburg
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Doctor's Pipes|Doctor's Pipes]]'''||'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Roman Kovalev|Roman Kovalev]]''', St. Petersburg
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Dyomin|Dyomin]]'''||Sergey Dyomin (also "Demin")
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ershov|Ershov]]'''||Vladimir Ershov; Clay Pipe maker specializing in authentic reproductions
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Fyodorov|Fyodorov]]'''||Alexey Fyodorov
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Ailarov]]'''||Sergey Ailarov
+
|'''Grechukin'''||'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Vladimir Grechukhin|Vladimir Grechukhin]]'''
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Dyomin]]'''||Sergey Dyomin (also "Demin")
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Java|Java]]'''||Known as '''Yava''' in Russia
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Fyodorov]]'''||Alexey Fyodorov
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kiselyov|Kiselyov]]'''||Valentin Kiselyov
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Grechukhin]]'''||Vladimir Grechukhin
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kharlamov|Kharlamov]]'''||Alexey Kharlamov (also "Harlamov")
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Kiselyov]]'''||Valentin Kiselyov
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Looshin|Looshin]]'''||Evgeniy Looshin (also "Lushin")
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Kharlamov]]'''||Alexey Kharlamov (also "Harlamov")
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Mr. Pipes|Mr. Pipes]]'''||Misha Revyagin
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Looshin]]'''||Evgeniy Looshin (also "Lushin")
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/PS Studio|PS Studio]]'''||Designed by [[Special:MyLanguage/Vladimir Grechukhin|Vladimir Grechukhin]]; St. Petersburg
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Mr. Pipes]]'''||Misha Revyagin
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Saharov|Saharov]]'''||Alexandr Saharov
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Saharov]]'''||Alexandr Saharov
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Seniak|Seniak]]'''||Zinovi Seniak
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Seniak]]'''||Zinovi Seniak
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Yashtylov|Yashtylov]]'''||Viktor Yashtylov
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Starkov|Starkov]]'''||Boris Starkov
 +
|-
 +
|'''Tupitsyn'''||'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Alexander Tupitsyn|Alexander Tupitsyn]]'''; St. Petersburg
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Shaydullin|Shaydullin]]'''||Fidel Shaydullin'''
 +
|}
 +
----
 +
 
 +
===Serbia=== <!--T:109-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:110-->
 +
[[File:Serbia flag.gif|border]]
 +
{|
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Alexa Pipes|Alexa Pipes]]'''||Dragomir Aleksic, Belgrade
 +
|-
 +
|}
 +
----
 +
 
 +
 
 +
===Scotland=== <!--T:111-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:112-->
 +
[[File:scotland-flag.gif|File:scotland-flag.gif]][[File:Ratbanner2.jpg|thumb|link=http://rattrays-pipes.com/en/|400px|Pipedia thanks [http://rattrays-pipes.com/en/ Rattray's] for their underwriting support]]
 +
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Yashtylov]]'''||Viktor Yashtylov
+
|'''Lovat'''||A brand produced by [[Special:MyLanguage/A. Friedlander|A. Friedlander]] in Scotland, and also [[Special:MyLanguage/Oppenheimer Pipe|Oppenheimer Pipe]] in England
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Starkov]]'''||Boris Starkov
+
|'''POW'''||Brand by G.M. Frame
 
|-
 
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Rattray's|Rattray's]]'''||Rattray's Original Scotlande made in various and some of the oldest companies (in Europe)
 +
|- 
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Slovenia ===
 
[[Image:F-SLO.gif]]
 
  
'''[[Lobnik]]''' - Gregor Lobnik
+
=== Slovakia=== <!--T:113-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:114-->
 +
[[File:Slovak.gif|File:Slovak.gif]]
 +
{|
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Slazansky|Slazansky]]'''||Slazansky Patrik
 +
|-
 +
|}
 +
 
 +
=== Slovenia === <!--T:115-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:116-->
 +
[[Image:F-SLO.gif|Image:F-SLO.gif]]
 +
{|
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Lobnik|Lobnik]]'''||Gregor Lobnik
 +
|-
 +
|}
 
----
 
----
=== Spain ===
+
 
[[Image:F-SP.gif]]
+
=== Spain === <!--T:117-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:118-->
 +
[[Image:F-SP.gif|Image:F-SP.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Bonet]]'''||Joan Bonet
+
|'''Arias'''||Josep Arias; late artisan making rustic pipes sold at fairs in the Ossor (Gerona) region
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Acire|Acire]]'''||a second of [[Special:MyLanguage/Salvatella|Salvatella]] from the 1970s
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Anfield|Anfield]]'''||a brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Antonio Sanmartin|Antonio Sanmartin]]'''||brand of Antonio Sanmartin Abad.
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Arturo|Arturo]]'''||Arturo del Pozo; brand and name of late Spanish Artisan supplying Pozito shop in Madrid
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Arturo del Pozo|Arturo del Pozo]]'''||Madrid
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bonet|Bonet]]'''||Joan Bonet
 +
|-
 +
|'''Brio'''||brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bruken|Bruken]]'''||Sucesores de Emilio Navarro
 +
|-
 +
|'''Brukwell'''||"fantasy" brand??
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Carsipe|Carsipe]]'''||Carles Royo Porta
 +
|-
 +
|'''Clipper'''||brand by '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]'''
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Cogars|Cogars]]'''||Aldaia, Valencia, Production stopped in 1980s (Lopes)
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Commodore|Commodore]]'''||Low range brand of '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]''', also used by various others.
 +
|-
 +
|'''Coral'''||low range brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]], replaced by Commodore
 +
|-
 +
|'''Creu Retinyola'''||old Spanish clay pipe factory in Palafrugell (Catalonia)
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Cristino Crespo Peregrino|Cristino Crespo Peregrino]]'''||El Gasco, Caceres
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Diamant|Diamant]]'''||ceased production in the 1980s; Aldaia, Valencia
 +
|-
 +
|'''Duval'''||Brand produced by [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/El Picú|El Picú]]'''||Las Hurdas
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Emilio Navarro|Emilio Navarro]]'''||pipemaker and Manager of the '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bruken|Bruken]] Sucesores de Emilio SL factory'''
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Esteve Espinet|Esteve Espinet]]'''||former Spanish Clay factory in the Palamos area (Catalonia)
 +
|-
 +
|'''EWWA'''||brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Everest|Everest]]'''||Brand created in 1933 by [[Special:MyLanguage/Nubió|Nubió]]; now a [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]] second
 +
|-
 +
|'''Galerna'''||old brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/García|García]]'''||F. Jesús García; Seville
 +
|-
 +
|'''Gester'''||Inexpensive brand launched in 1980s by [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''Gold Flame'''||[[Special:MyLanguage/Salvatella|Salvatella]] second with 9mm filters.
 +
|-
 +
|'''Helio Ferretti'''||brand made by [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Homs|Homs]]'''||Jaume Homs
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]'''||Barcelona
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/labuenapipa|labuenapipa]]'''||Luis Wiesenthal
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Joffre|Joffre]]'''||Spanish Brand
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Jose Rubio|Jose Rubio]]'''||Oviedo, Asturias
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Bruken]]'''||Sucesores de Emilio Navarro
+
|'''Juan Castellà'''||17th - 19th century clay pipe factory; Palamos region of Catalonia
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Carsipe]]'''||Carles Royo Porta
+
|'''Lady Spain'''||Brand from [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Homs]]'''||Jaume Homs
+
|'''Magistral'''||Former brand produced in Aldaia, Valencia, which ended in the 1980s
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Iberica de Pipas]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Madelcar|Madelcar]]'''||Brand and Spanish importer/distributor of smoking accessories
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Niubó]]'''||Joseph Niubó
+
|'''Masterly'''||Brand of the distributor [[Special:MyLanguage/Madelcar|Madelcar]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Pipas Martín]]'''||Rafael Martín Oltra
+
|'''McIntosch'''||Second brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Salvatella|Salvatella]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Pipas Sigmund]]'''||Segimon Baulenas
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Minorca|Minorca]]'''||Spain
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Pipas Soler]]'''||Joan P. Soler
+
|'''New Bond'''||Inexpensive brand of Emilio Navarro SL factory, as a [[Special:MyLanguage/Bruken|Bruken]] second
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Pipas + O]]'''||Félix Massó
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Nubió|Nubió]]'''||Joseph Nubió
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Saladich]]'''||Joan Saladich i Garriga
+
|'''Old Fashion'''||Inexpensive brand from [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Salvatella]]'''||Enric Moulines Giralt
+
|'''Piloto'''||Brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Santané]]'''||Josep Santané
+
|'''P. Luchini'''||Brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Taioli]]'''||Siro Taioli
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipas Martín|Pipas Martín]]'''||Rafael Martín Oltra
 
|-
 
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipas Sigmund|Pipas Sigmund]]'''||Segimon Baulenas
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipas Soler|Pipas Soler]]'''||Joan P. Soler
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipas + O|Pipas + O]]'''||Félix Massó
 +
|-
 +
|'''Pozito'''||Brand of tobacconist in Madrid, made by [[Special:MyLanguage/Arturo|Arturo]] del Pozo
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Saladich|Saladich]]'''||Joan Saladich i Garriga
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Salvatella|Salvatella]]'''||Enric Moulines Giralt
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Salas-Zazo|Salas-Zazo]]'''||Ramón Salas and Ricardo Zazo; Costanilla de los Desamparados, Madrid
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Santané|Santané]]'''||Josep Santané
 +
|-
 +
|'''Saxo'''||Inexpensive brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''Suárez'''||José Aceituna Suárez; Makes pipes from rustic stone with walnut and poplar stems
 +
|-
 +
|'''Swensson'''||Brand from [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Taioli|Taioli]]'''||Siro Taioli
 +
|-
 +
|'''Targard'''||Brand from [[Special:MyLanguage/Iberica de Pipas|Iberica de Pipas]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Vera, Alfonso|Vera, Alfonso]]'''||artisan associated with Compañia Española de Bruck, SL
 
|}
 
|}
  
 +
<!--T:119-->
 
----
 
----
  
=== Sweden ===
+
=== Sweden === <!--T:120-->
[[Image:F-S.gif]]
+
 
 +
<!--T:121-->
 +
[[Image:F-S.gif|Image:F-S.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Björn of Sweden]]'''||Björn Bengtsson
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Andersson|Andersson]]'''||Jan Andersson; author; Pipe Club of Sweden, Secretary; amateur pipe maker
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bennwik|Bennwik]]'''||Andreas Bennwik; Stockholm
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Björn of Sweden|Björn of Sweden]]'''||Björn Bengtsson
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Brilon|Brilon]]'''||old Swedish brand with changeable bowls
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Carlson|Carlson]]'''||Bengt Carlson
 +
|-
 +
|'''Center'''||Lopes states it is a brand produced by Pipcenter, symbol: "PC"
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Dollar|Dollar]]'''||
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Dura Pipes|Dura Pipes]]'''||Dura Semjaniv (broken pipe)
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Geiger Pipes|Geiger Pipes]]'''||Love Geiger
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Gurra|Gurra]]'''||Lars-Göran Markunger
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ivarsson, Sixten|Ivarsson]]'''||'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Sixten Ivarsson|Sixten Ivarsson]]''' (Denmark; broken pipe)
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Jönsson|Jönsson]]'''||Lars Jönsson
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Carlson]]'''||Bengt Carlson
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ljung|Ljung]]'''||Arne Ljung (broken pipe)
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Dollar]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Nordh|Nordh]]'''||Bo Nordh (broken pipe)
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Dura Pipes]]'''||Dura Semjaniv (broken pipe)
+
|'''OF'''||'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Olaf Forsberg|Olaf Forsberg]]''', 18th century clay pipe artisan
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Geiger Pipes]]'''||Love Geiger
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ratos|Ratos]]'''||
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Gurra]]'''||Lars-Göran Markunger
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Rosengren|Rosengren]]'''||Jonas Rosengren; Halmstad, Sweden
 
|-
 
|-
|'''Ivarsson'''||'''[[Sixten Ivarsson]]''' (Denmark; broken pipe)
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Saenz|Saenz]]'''||Gary Sanz
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Ljung]]'''||Arne Ljung (broken pipe)
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Skapi|Skapi]]'''||Founded 1936 by Max D. Schwab
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Nordh]]'''||Bo Nordh (broken pipe)
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Svenska Rökpipfabriken|Svenska Rökpipfabriken]]'''||Former factory in Lerum
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Ratos]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Thunér Pipes|Thunér Pipes]]'''||Ronny Thunér
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Thunér Pipes]]'''||Ronny Thunér
+
|'''VNP'''||see [[Special:MyLanguage/Vollmer & Nilsson|Vollmer & Nilsson]]; Martin Vollmer & Anders Nilsson
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Vollmer & Nilsson]]'''||Martin Vollmer & Anders Nilsson
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Vollmer & Nilsson|Vollmer & Nilsson]]'''||Martin Vollmer & Anders Nilsson
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
  
Although much deserved credit has been given to Danish pipemakers & the "Danish Freehand" style, a lot of credit has to go to a handful of brilliant and innovative Swedish pipemakers, not the least of whom were '''[[Sixten Ivarsson]]''' & '''[[Bo Nordh]]''' (may they smoke & rest in peace).
+
<!--T:122-->
 +
Although much deserved credit has been given to Danish pipemakers & the "Danish Freehand" style, a lot of credit has to go to a handful of brilliant and innovative Swedish pipemakers, not the least of whom were '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Sixten Ivarsson|Sixten Ivarsson]]''' & '''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bo Nordh|Bo Nordh]]''' (may they smoke & rest in peace).
  
 +
<!--T:123-->
 
More pipe maker articles coming soon. Very thankfully there exists an excellent site dedicated to Swedish pipe makers. We highly recommend [http://www.svenskapipklubben.se/en/ Svenska Pipklubben] (Swedish Pipe Club) and extend many thanks to '''Jan Andersson''', club secretary (and pipe smoker, of course).
 
More pipe maker articles coming soon. Very thankfully there exists an excellent site dedicated to Swedish pipe makers. We highly recommend [http://www.svenskapipklubben.se/en/ Svenska Pipklubben] (Swedish Pipe Club) and extend many thanks to '''Jan Andersson''', club secretary (and pipe smoker, of course).
 
----
 
----
  
=== Switzerland ===
+
=== Switzerland === <!--T:124-->
[[Image:F-SWZ.gif]]
+
 
 +
<!--T:125-->
 +
[[Image:F-SWZ.gif|Image:F-SWZ.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Bru-Bu]]'''||Brunner & Buhofer (also known as BBK)
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Anderegg|Anderegg]]'''||Brand of Peter Anderegg
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bru-Bu|Bru-Bu]]'''||Brunner & Buhofer (also known as BBK)
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Davidoff|Davidoff]]'''||
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Design by FRANZ|Design by FRANZ]]'''||Franz von Matt
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Egloff|Egloff]]'''||Peter Egloff
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Davidoff]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Fischer, Peter|Fischer, Peter]]'''||
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Design by FRANZ]]'''||Franz von Matt
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Glen Ben Freehand Pipes|Glen Ben Freehand Pipes]]'''||Richard Baggenstos
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Egloff]]'''||Peter Egloff
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/ Andreas Heinzer|Heinzer, Andreas]]  
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Fischer, Peter]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Innerschwyzer-Pfeifen|Innerschwyzer-Pfeifen]]'''|| [[Special:MyLanguage/Andreas Heinzer|Andreas Heinzer]] & Family
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Glen Ben Freehand Pipes]]'''||Richard Baggenstos
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Jean Alexis Handmade Pipes|Jean Alexis Handmade Pipes]]'''||Richard Baggenstos
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Innerschwyzer-Pfeifen]]'''||Andreas Heinzer & Family
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Jud|Jud]]'''||Daniel Jud
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Jean Alexis Handmade Pipes]]'''||Richard Baggenstos
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kappeler|Kappeler]]'''||Alex Kappeler
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Jud]]'''||Daniel Jud
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/La Pipa|La Pipa]]'''||Stefan Capaul
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Kappeler]]'''||Alex Kappeler
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Peter Pfeifenbau|Peter Pfeifenbau]]'''||Roman Peter
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[La Pipa]]'''||Stefan Capaul
+
|'''Pipestar'''||Brand of C.J. Verguet Freres, and also by the Swiss firm, Hebor SA
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Peter Pfeifenbau]]'''||Roman Peter
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Stich|Stich]]'''||Drechslerei Stich AG
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Stich]]'''||Drechslerei Stich AG
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Swiss Pipe|Swiss Pipe]]'''||Started by artisans from [[Special:MyLanguage/Bru-Bu|Bru-Bu]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Tom’s Pipe-Line]]'''||Thomas Habermacher
+
|'''Timeless'''||Brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Franz von Matt|Franz von Matt]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Tschan]]'''||Moritz Tschan
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Tom’s Pipe-Line|Tom’s Pipe-Line]]'''||Thomas Habermacher
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Wagner Pipes]]'''||Michael Wagner
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Tschan|Tschan]]'''||Moritz Tschan
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Wagner Tabak-Lädeli]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Wagner Pipes|Wagner Pipes]]'''||Michael Wagner
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[White Dog Freehand Pipes]]'''||Richard Baggenstos
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Wagner Tabak-Lädeli|Wagner Tabak-Lädeli]]'''||
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[WR Freehand Pipes]]'''||Wolfgang Röllin
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/White Dog Freehand Pipes|White Dog Freehand Pipes]]'''||Richard Baggenstos
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/WR Freehand Pipes|WR Freehand Pipes]]'''||Wolfgang Röllin
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
  
 +
<!--T:126-->
 
We urgently need '''Helvetians''' (Swiss) to contribute info for the above pipemakers.
 
We urgently need '''Helvetians''' (Swiss) to contribute info for the above pipemakers.
 +
 +
----
 +
=== Turkey === <!--T:148-->
 +
 +
<!--T:149-->
 +
[[Image:F-TUER.gif|Image:F-TUER.gif]]
 +
{|
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ahmet Buyukcopur|Ahmet Buyukcopur]]'''||Meerschaum Pipe artisan.
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ak-Taş Meerschaum Pipe|Ak-Taş Meerschaum Pipe]]'''||Besim Aktaş; Eskisehir
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Altinay|ALTINAY]]'''||'''[https://www.altinaymeerschaumpipe.com Meerschaum] brand produced by [https://www.altinaymeerschaumpipe.com Altınay Pipe Ltd]. company, founded 1964.'''
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Altinok|Altinok]]'''||Meerschaum brand produced by Altinok-Pipe Ltd.
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Altdukkan Meerschaum|Altdukkan Meerschaum]]'''||'''Cihan Celik'''
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Aznavur|Aznavur]]'''||Bari Ltd. Co.??
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/BS Pipes|BS Pipes]]'''||'''Birol Salman'''
 +
|-
 +
|'''Burhan Yucel'''||Meerschaum maker based in Eskisehir
 +
|-
 +
|'''CeSem'''||Turkish company selling meerschaum pipes
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Emin|Emin]]'''||Brand of Meerschaum pipes by Medet Kara, and Imdat Kara
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Erdogan Ege|Erdogan Ege]]'''||Meerschaum artist
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/CPW Calabash Pipes|CPW Calabash Pipes]]'''||Meerschaum artist
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Eyup Sabri|Eyup Sabri]]'''||Meerschaum artist
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Fikri Baki|Fikri Baki]]'''||Meerschaum artist
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Gezer|Gezer]]'''||Brothers in partnership; Mesut, Sevket, and Kudret Gezer
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Gülel|Gülel]]'''||Medet Kara
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Hittite Meerschaum|Hittite Meerschaum]]'''||Dudullu M. Ihlamur, Mevkii Alemdağ; İstanbul
 +
|-
 +
|'''Huseyn Yanik'''||see [[Special:MyLanguage/Sadik Yanik|Sadik Yanik]] and [[Special:MyLanguage/Yunas Ege|Yunas Ege]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/IMP|IMP]]'''||Imppipes - Isik Luletasi Hayv. Nakl. San & Tic. Ltd.
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Irmismarbel Meerschaum|Irmismarbel Meerschaum]]'''||Ahmet GÖVEM; Eskisehir
 +
|-
 +
|'''Ismail Baglan'''||Meerschaum artist
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ismail Ozel|Ismail Ozel]]'''||Meerschaum artist
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ismat Bekler|Ismat Bekler]]'''||Meerschaum artist; well known Eskiehir artisan
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kadir Baysal|Kadir Baysal]]'''||Meerschaum artist; well known Eskiehir artisan
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Karaca|Karaca]]'''||Ramazn Karaca; Eskisehir
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Karahan, A|Karahan, A]]'''||Meerschaum artist
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kenan Ahmet Pipes|Kenan Ahmet Pipes]]'''||Handmade Briar pipes; Istanbul
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Koncak|Koncak]]'''||Company founded by Ekrem Koncak in 1934; Eskiehir
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kybele|Kybele]]'''||Ismail Ozdama (Kirac Ltd Co.)
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/M. Bassal|M. Bassal]]'''||Meerschaum artist; Eskisehir
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/MeerQueen Meerschaum Pipes|MeerQueen Meerschaum Pipes]]'''||
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/MeerschaumArt|MeerschaumArt]]'''||??
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/MeershcumStore Inc.|MeershcumStore Inc.]]'''||founded in 1908 by Bahadir Baykal, succeeded by his son, Kural.
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Mergenler|Mergenler]]'''||Brand of Meerschaum pipes Owned by Oksan Mergen, closed in the 1990s
 +
|-
 +
|'''Meric'''||Meerschaum pipe company with shop is Eskisehir and Istambul
 +
|-
 +
|'''Munir Aydogu'''||Meerschaum artist who retired in 2000 after 40 years of activity
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Mustafa Albayrak|Mustafa Albayrak]]'''||[[Special:MyLanguage/WGM Meerschaum|WGM Meerschaum]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Nartpipe|Nartpipe]]'''||Meerschaum pipe company
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Nick's|Nick's]]'''||Nick Merdenyan, who started making Meershchaum pipes in 1968
 +
|-
 +
|'''Nurhan Cevahir'''||Meerschaum pipe artisan
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ozgur Pipe|Ozgur Pipe]]'''||Eskisehir
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/O. Sabri|O. Sabri]]'''||Meerschaum pipe artisan
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Paktas|Paktas]]'''||Brand started in 1973 by meerschaum artist, Hasan Aybogdu; Eskisehir
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipsan Pipes|Pipsan Pipes]]'''||Pipsan Pipes
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Saban Önalici|Saban Önalici]]'''||Meerschaum pipe maker
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Sadik Yanik|Sadik Yanik]]'''
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Şahin Pipo|Şahin Pipo]]'''||Ahmed and Bekir Şahin; Istanbul
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Salim Sener|Salim Sener]]'''||Meerschaum pipe maker, Partner with [[Special:MyLanguage/Erdogan Ege|Erdogan Ege]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''Sekircioglu'''||Meerschaum pipes by brothers Huseyn and Mustafa. Started 1987, they split up in 1996
 +
|-
 +
|'''Selami'''||Meerschaum pipe artisan
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Semus|Semus]]'''||
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Servi|Servi]]'''||Meerschaum pipe brand
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Siyahi|Siyahi]]'''||Siyahi Meerschaum Pipe Co.
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/SMS|SMS]]'''||Meerschaum pipe brand and company of Samil Sermet; founded in Eskisehir, now USA
 +
|-
 +
|'''Sultan Meerschaum Pipe Co.'''||
 +
|-
 +
|'''Tekin Uzkesici'''||Meerschaum pipe maker
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/WGM Meerschaum|WGM Meerschaum]]'''||Mustafa Albayrak
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ahmet Buyukcopur|White Pipe]]'''||Ahmet Hamdi Büyükçopur
 +
|-
 +
|'''Yilmaz'''||Meerschaum pipe artisan
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Yunar Pipe|Yunar Pipe]]'''||Abdulvahap Yunar; Eskişehir, Turkey
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Yunas Edge|Yunas Edge]]'''||Meerschaum pipe artisan
 +
|-
 +
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Ukraine ===
+
 
[[Image:F-UKR.gif]]
+
=== Ukraine === <!--T:127-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:128-->
 +
[[Image:F-UKR.gif|Image:F-UKR.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Golden Gate]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Golden Gate|Golden Gate]]'''||
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kamensky|Kamensky]]'''||Stanislav Kamensky; Now in Australia
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ponomarchuk|Ponomarchuk]]'''||Alexander Ponomarchuk
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Rizhenko|Rizhenko]]'''||Valeriy Rizhenko
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Ponomarchuk]]'''||Alexander Ponomarchuk
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Shekita|Shekita]]'''||Konstantin Shekita
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Aksenov|Aksenov]]'''||Yuriy Aksenov
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/KAF-pipe|KAF-pipe]]'''||[http://www.kaf-pipe.com.ua link title]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/M.Nazarenko|M.Nazarenko]]'''||Maksim Nazarenko
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Serova|Serova]]'''||Irina Serova
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Veresk|Veresk]]'''||Largest pipe company in the former Soviet Union, at one time producing 20 brands; Kiev
 +
|-
 +
|}
 +
----
 +
 
 +
== '''Middle and Far East''' == <!--T:129-->
 +
 
 +
 
 +
=== Australia === <!--T:130-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:131-->
 +
[[File:Flag of Australia.gif|File:Flag of Australia.gif]]
 +
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Rizhenko]]'''||Valeriy Rizhenko
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Bullfrog Pipes|Bullfrog Pipes]]|| Jeremiah Mierke; Melbourne
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Shekita]]'''||Konstantin Shekita
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kamensky|Kamensky]]'''||Stanislav Kamensky
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Aksenov]]'''||Yuriy Aksenov
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/LBM|LBM]]'''||Levy Bros & Co. Need Information; Melbourne
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[KAF-pipe]]'''||[http://www.kaf-pipe.com.ua link title]
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Samsel|Samsel]]'''||Tomasz Samsel; Polish, but based in Australia
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
== '''Middle and Far East''' ==
+
=== China === <!--T:132-->
  
 +
<!--T:133-->
 +
[[Image:F-CHN.gif|Image:F-CHN.gif]]
 +
{|
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Daadou Pipe|Daadou Pipe]]'''||
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Gloredo|Gloredo]]'''||Leslie Ng
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/KingCheng|KingCheng]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Leizhou pipe tribes|Leizhou pipe tribes]]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Mister Pipe|Mister Pipe]]'''||
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pipe childe|Pipe childe]]'''||
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/P.Zhan Pipes|P.Zhan Pipes]]'''|| Ping Zhan
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/ZHESONG PIPES|Zhesong Pipes]]'''||Li Zhesong
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Shanghai Tang|Shanghai Tang]]'''||
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Yang Kun Pipes|Yang Kun Pipes]]'''||Liuzhou City
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Zhishan & Mindong Pipe|Zhishan & Mindong Pipe]]'''||
 +
|-
 +
|}
 +
----
 +
 +
=== Iran === <!--T:134-->
  
=== China ===
+
<!--T:135-->
[[Image:F-CHN.gif]]
+
[[File:Flag of Iran.gif|File:Flag of Iran.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
|'''[[Daadou Pipe]]'''||
 
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Gloredo]]'''||Leslie Ng
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Cafe Artin|Cafe Artin]]'''||Pipe shop of [http://www.artini.ir Mr. Artin Abrahamian]
 +
|-
 +
|'''Hamid Farhang'''||[https://www.instagram.com/h.f.pipes.iran/ H.F.Pipes.iran on Instagram]
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Keresaspa|Keresaspa]]'''||Saeed "Keresaspa" Nazarli, Tehran
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Shanghai Tang]]'''||  
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kp handmade pipes|Kp handmade pipes]]||Made by Kambiz pouria in Iran.
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Pipe childe]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Memo Handmade Pipes|Memo Handmade Pipes]]'''||Mehdi S. Aghdam
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Mister Pipe]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/M.I Handicrafts|M.I Handicrafts]]'''||Mohamad Javad
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Zhishan & Mindong Pipe]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Pasargadtabac|Pasargadtabac]]'''||Pipe shop of [http://www.pasargadtabac.com Mr. Amirhossein rahimi known as Mastro Rahimi ]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/vafa shop|vafa shop]]'''||Pipe shop of [http://www.vfa-shop.com Mr. saleh mousavi]
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Israel ===
+
=== Israel === <!--T:136-->
[[Image:F-ISR.gif]]
+
 
 +
<!--T:137-->
 +
[[Image:F-ISR.gif|Image:F-ISR.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
|'''[[Shalom Pipe Factory]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Shalom Pipe Factory|Shalom Pipe Factory]]'''||
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''Burl King'''||Brand of [[Special:MyLanguage/Shalom Pipe Factory|Shalom Pipe Factory]]
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
=== Japan ===
+
 
[[Image:F-JAP.gif]]
+
 
 +
=== Japan === <!--T:138-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:139-->
 +
[[Image:F-JAP.gif|Image:F-JAP.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
|'''Arita'''||'''[[Shizuo Arita]]'''
+
Adonis
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Shizuo Arita|Arita, Shizuo]]'''||'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Shizuo Arita|Shizuo Arita]]'''
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Takeo Arita|Arita, Takeo]]'''||'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Takeo Arita|Takeo Arita]]''', son of Shizuo Arita.
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Asari|Asari]]'''||Japanese Pipe maker from 1970s and '80s?
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Azuma|Azuma]]'''||
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Gajin|Gajin]]'''||Gajin Hayafune
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Goisagi Pipes|Goisagi Pipes]]'''||Y. Miyasaka
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Gotoh|Gotoh]]'''||Kei'Ichi Gotoh
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Hachiro|Hachiro]]'''||Seiji Hachiro, owner of Pipe-Do (Pipedo)
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Hasegawa|Hasegawa]]'''||Toyohei Hasegawa; maker of kiserus (traditional Japanese pipes)
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Hattori|Hattori]]'''||Zengoro Hattori; maker of kiserus (traditional Japanese pipes)
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Higuchi|Higuchi]]'''||Jun'ichiro Higuchi
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/HiRo|HiRo]]'''||Yorozutoshi Hiroyuki
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ichi|Ichi]]'''||Ichi Kitahara
 
|-
 
|-
|'''Arita'''||'''[[Takeo Arita]]''', son of Shizuo Arita.
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Ikebana|Ikebana]]'''||[[Special:MyLanguage/Tsuge|Tsuge]] Brand
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Azuma]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Komatsu|Komatsu]]'''||
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Gajin]]'''||Gajin Hayafune
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/K's Pipes|K's Pipes]]'''||Shin-ichi Kuwahara
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Goisagi Pipes]]'''||Y. Miyasaka
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kurusu|Kurusu]]'''||Reiichi "Ray" Kurusu; Osaka
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Gotoh]]'''||Kei'Ichi Gotoh
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Maruyama|Maruyama]]'''||Hajime Maruyama
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Hachiro]]'''||Seiji Hachiro
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Minoru Nagata|Minoru Nagata]]'''||Minoru Nagata; Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Higuchi]]'''||Jun'ichiro Higuchi
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Miyasaka|Miyasaka]]'''
 +
|-1
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Namiki|Namiki]]'''||Namiki Manufacturing Co. Ltd.; collaborates with [[Special:MyLanguage/Dunhill|Dunhill]] on lacquered pipes
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[HiRo]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Okamura|Okamura]]'''||Yukio Okamora, see '''[[Special:MyLanguage/saci|saci]]'''
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Ichi]]'''||Ichi Kitahara
+
|'''Pipedo'''||Brand of on-line firm Pipe-Do, See [[Special:MyLanguage/Hachiro|Hachiro]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Ikebana]]'''||[[Tsuge]] Brand
+
|'''Roland'''||Inexpensive brand by Fukashiro [[Special:MyLanguage/Tsutomu|Tsutomu]]
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Komatsu]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/saci|saci]]'''||Yukio Okamura
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Maruyama]]'''||Hajime Maruyama
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Sakurai|Sakurai]]'''||Kenichiro Sakurai
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[saci]]'''||Yukio Okamura
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Satou|Satou]]'''||Smio Satou
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Sakurai]]'''||Kenichiro Sakurai
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Shima|Shima]]'''||
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Satou]]'''||Smio Satou
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Shimizu|Shimizu]]'''||Kanji Shimizu
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Shima]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Suglayma|Suglayma]]'''||Japanese artisan
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Shimizu]]'''||Kanji Shimizu
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Tajima|Tajima]]'''||Tatsuo Tajima
 
|-
 
|-
|'''Tokutomi'''||'''[[Hiroyuki Tokutomi]]'''
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Tokutomi, Hiroyuki|Tokutomi, Hiroyuki]]'''||Maebashi, Japan
 
|-
 
|-
|'''Tokutomi'''||'''[[Yuki Tokutomi]]''', daughter of Hiroyuki Tokutomi.
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Tokutomi, Yuki|Tokutomi, Yuki]]'''||daughter of Hiroyuki Tokutomi.
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Tsuge]]'''||Sab Tsuge, owner
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Tsuge|Tsuge]]'''||Sab Tsuge, owner
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Tsutomu]]'''||Fukashiro Tsutomu
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Tsutomu|Tsutomu]]'''||Fukashiro Tsutomu
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Zousan]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Yanagihara|Yanagihara]]'''||Shigeyoshi Yanagihara
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Zousan|Zousan]]'''||Logo: Large Elephant
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
=== Lebanon ===
+
=== Lebanon === <!--T:140-->
[[Image:F-LIB.gif]]
+
 
 +
<!--T:141-->
 +
[[Image:F-LIB.gif|Image:F-LIB.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
|'''[[Libre Real Briar]]'''||George and Gabrielle Daoud
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Libre Real Briar|Libre Real Briar]]'''||George and Gabrielle Daoud
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Manuel Shaabi|Manuel Shaabi]]'''||Left Lebanon in 1979, and now in Germany
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
=== New Zealand ===
+
 
[[Image:F-NEWZ.gif]]
+
 
 +
=== Malaysia === <!--T:142-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:143-->
 +
[[File:Flag of Malaysia.jpg|File:Flag of Malaysia.jpg]]
 
{|
 
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Speden Pipes]]'''||Don Speden, now Japan
+
|'''Hoping to add more Malaysian Pipemakers''': ||Please add, or send to sethile.pipes@gmail.com
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Zeman]]'''||Jan Zeman
+
|'''[[Abi Pipes]]'''||Abdul Muttalib Md Sidik, Malaysia
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''[[Johnsson Ooi]]'''||Penang Island, Malaysia
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
=== Turkey ===
+
 
[[Image:F-TUER.gif]]
+
=== New Zealand === <!--T:144-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:145-->
 +
[[Image:F-NEWZ.gif|Image:F-NEWZ.gif]]
 
{|
 
{|
|'''[[Altinok Meerschaum]]'''||[http://altinokpipe.com Altinok Meerschaum]
 
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Aznavur Meerschaum Pipes]]'''||Baris Ltd. Co.
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Speden Pipes|Speden Pipes]]'''||Don Speden, now Japan
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[IMP]]'''||Imppipes - Isik Luletasi Hayv. Nakl. San & Tic. Ltd.
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Zeman|Zeman]]'''||Jan Zeman
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Irmismarbel Meerschaum]]'''||[http://www.meerschaumpipemaster.com Irmismarbel Meerschaum]
+
|}
 +
----
 +
 
 +
=== Taiwan === <!--T:146-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:147-->
 +
[[Image:Taiwan.jpg|Image:Taiwan.jpg]]
 +
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Koncak Meerschaum]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Santaroko Pipes|Santaroko Pipes]]'''||||ST Kuo
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Pipsan Pipes]]'''||Pipsan Pipes
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Jerry Zenn|Jerry Zenn]]'''
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Şahin Pipo]]'''||[http://www.sahinpipo.com.tr/ Şahip Pipes]
 
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Semus]]'''||
+
|}
 +
----
 +
 
 +
=== Tunisia === <!--T:150-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:151-->
 +
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[Storient Block Meerschaum Pipes ]]'''||[http://www.blockmeerschaumpipe.com Storient Block Meerschaum Pipes]
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Buchnak|Buchnak]]'''||Meerschaum maker in Tabarka, near the border of Algeria
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[WGM]]'''||White Gold Meerschaum
+
|}
 +
----
 +
 
 +
 
 +
=== South Korea === <!--T:152-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:153-->
 +
[[Image:F-KOR.jpg|50px]]
 +
{|
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[White Pipe]]'''||Ahmet Hamdi Büyükçopur
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Kim JongWook|Kim JongWook]]'''||김 종욱(코털아트)
 
|-
 
|-
|'''[[]]'''||
+
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/7도sa|7도sa]]'''||칠도사
 +
|-
 +
|'''[[Special:MyLanguage/SJ MIN|SJ MIN]]'''||잡고기
 
|-
 
|-
 
|}
 
|}
 
----
 
----
  
= Pipe Marks & Logos =
+
= Pipe Marks & Logos = <!--T:154-->
 
This area is still under construction, so please wear a hard hat & your favourite smoking jacket.
 
This area is still under construction, so please wear a hard hat & your favourite smoking jacket.
  
 +
<!--T:155-->
 
Due to the huge number of Pipe Makers, we hereby provide links to a number of sites with Marks & Logos:
 
Due to the huge number of Pipe Makers, we hereby provide links to a number of sites with Marks & Logos:
  
 +
<!--T:156-->
 
'''[http://www.pipephil.eu/logos/en/index-en.html Logos & markings]'''
 
'''[http://www.pipephil.eu/logos/en/index-en.html Logos & markings]'''
  
 +
<!--T:157-->
 
'''[http://victor.ryazan.net/eng/pipe/brand.html Pipemakers]'''
 
'''[http://victor.ryazan.net/eng/pipe/brand.html Pipemakers]'''
  
 +
<!--T:158-->
 
'''[http://www.comunidaddelapipa.com/simbolos_pipas_tabaco_.html Comunidad de la Pipa]'''
 
'''[http://www.comunidaddelapipa.com/simbolos_pipas_tabaco_.html Comunidad de la Pipa]'''
  
 +
<!--T:159-->
 
'''[http://www.amigosdocachimbo.com.br/fabricantes.htm Amigos dos Cachimbo]'''
 
'''[http://www.amigosdocachimbo.com.br/fabricantes.htm Amigos dos Cachimbo]'''
  
 +
<!--T:160-->
 
'''[http://fujipub.com/ooops/makes.html Fujipub]'''
 
'''[http://fujipub.com/ooops/makes.html Fujipub]'''
  
  
  
'''[[Aldo Velani]]''' - Italy - Gold & Silver Circle: [[Image:Aldo Velani.jpg]]
+
<!--T:161-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Aldo Velani|Aldo Velani]]''' - Italy - Gold & Silver Circle: [[Image:Aldo Velani.jpg|Image:Aldo Velani.jpg]]
 +
 
 +
<!--T:173-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Altinay|ALTINAY]]''' - Turkey - Two pipes surmounted by [http://www.altinaymeerschaumpipe.com altınay] - Stamped on stem [http://www.altinaymeerschaumpipe.com[[Image:Altinaylogo.jpg|100px]]]
  
'''[http://altinokpipe.com/ Altinok Meerschaum]''' - Turkey - Vivaldi font "A" in a black circle: [[Image:Altinok.jpg]]
+
<!--T:162-->
 +
'''[http://altinokpipe.com/ Altinok Meerschaum]''' - Turkey - Vivaldi font "A" in a black circle: [[Image:Altinok.jpg|Image:Altinok.jpg]]
  
'''[[Butz Choquin]]''' - France - BC Inside a circle: [[Image:Butz-Choquin.jpg]]
+
<!--T:163-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Butz-Choquin|Butz-Choquin]]''' - France - BC Inside a circle: [[Image:Butz-Choquin.jpg|Image:Butz-Choquin.jpg]]
  
'''[[Peterson]]''' - Ireland - White script "P" stamped on stem: [[Image:Peterson.jpg]]
+
<!--T:164-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Peterson|Peterson]]''' - Ireland - White script "P" stamped on stem: [[Image:Peterson.jpg|Image:Peterson.jpg]]
  
'''[[Salvatella]]''' - Stylised White "S" stamped on stem: [[Image:Salvatella.jpg]]
+
<!--T:165-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Salvatella|Salvatella]]''' - Stylised White "S" stamped on stem: [[Image:Salvatella.jpg|Image:Salvatella.jpg]]
  
'''[[Savinelli]]''' - Italy - "S" Inside a shield surmounted by 2 pipes, stamped on stem & shank: [[Image:Savinelli.jpg]]
+
<!--T:166-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Savinelli|Savinelli]]''' - Italy - "S" Inside a shield surmounted by 2 pipes, stamped on stem & shank: [[Image:Savinelli.jpg|Image:Savinelli.jpg]][[Image:Savinelli S.jpg|Image:Savinelli S.jpg]]
  
'''[[Stanwell]]''' - Denmark - "S" surmounted by a Crown stamped on stem: [[Image:Stanwell.jpg]]
+
<!--T:167-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Stanwell|Stanwell]]''' - Denmark - "S" surmounted by a Crown stamped on stem: [[Image:Stanwell.jpg|Image:Stanwell.jpg]]
  
  
 +
<!--T:168-->
 
'''[http://blockmeerschaumpipe.com/ Storient BLOCK Meerschaum]''' - Turkey - Storient "STORIENT" in a blue sticker  
 
'''[http://blockmeerschaumpipe.com/ Storient BLOCK Meerschaum]''' - Turkey - Storient "STORIENT" in a blue sticker  
  
  
  
'''[[Vuillard]]''' - France - Stylised White "V" stamped on stem: [[Image:Vuillard.jpg]]
+
<!--T:169-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Vuillard|Vuillard]]''' - France - Stylised White "V" stamped on stem: [[Image:Vuillard.jpg|Image:Vuillard.jpg]]
  
  
  
'''[[Elie]]''' - Belgium/Portugal - Stylised Gold "E" inset into stem: [[Image:Logo mouthpiece Elie.jpg]];  Pipe Stamp: [[Image:Stempel Elie.jpg]]
+
<!--T:170-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Elie|Elie]]''' - Belgium/Portugal - Stylised Gold "E" inset into stem: [[Image:Logo mouthpiece Elie.jpg|Image:Logo mouthpiece Elie.jpg]];  Pipe Stamp: [[Image:Stempel Elie.jpg|Image:Stempel Elie.jpg]]
  
'''[[Edward CZERNY]]''' - AUSTRIA - My farther´s and mine...: [[Image:signatur1.jpg]]
+
<!--T:171-->
 +
'''[[Special:MyLanguage/Edward CZERNY|Edward CZERNY]]''' - AUSTRIA - My farther´s and mine...: [[Image:signatur1.jpg|Image:signatur1.jpg]]
  
'''[[Yiannos Kokkinos]]''' - Cyprus -  [[Image:PIPE-003.jpg]]
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Many dedicated collectors have worked to chronicle pipe brands and makers. It is a daunting and never ending task. Pipedia owes special thanks to J. Rex Poggenpohl for use of his 9/95 list of North American Pipe Makers in the 20th Century, with major contributions by: Tom Colwell, Gary Donachy, Tom Dunn, Bill Unger, and Herb Wilczak. Other sources include, Who Made That Pipe?, by Herb Wilczak & Tom Colwell, Pipes, Artisans and Trademarks, by José Manual Lopes, Tom Dunn's The Pipe Smoker's Emphameris (TPSE), Scandanavian Pipe Makers, by Jan Andersson, and the excellent work of Pipephil. Many others have also made significant contributions and continue the work. Thanks to you all!

Featured Pipe, Rainer Barbi- Volcano
Featured Pipe, Jeff Gracik (J. Alan Pipes) - Zen Blowfish
Featured Pipe by Kent Rasmussen, courtesy Lars Kiel
Featured Pipe, Brad Pohlmann - Bulldog

Pipe brands and makers by location

It would be great to have an overview of the history of pipe making in each of these regions. Please feel free to contribute information to the individual sections. Many of the pipe makers still need bios or additional information and pictures (just click on them, and then select the Edit tab to add any information you have). Feel free to add other pipe makers you've a particular interest in or knowledge of. Please let me know if you need any help managing the wiki: mailto:sethile.pipes@gmail.com

We use the term Broken Pipe coined by Tom Dunn, and also used by Jan Andersson, to denote Pipe Makers who have passed on. (Translation of the commonly used French expression "Casser sa pipe")


Africa

Algeria

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Amiel Raoul Amiel
El Morjane Lopes states they are produced in Algeria with Vulcanite stems


Isle of São Vicente

Pulu Brand from Cape Verdian artisan (Isle of São Vicente) African wood; Stamp: PULU


Morocco

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Riff Stamped "Made in Morocco"


South Africa

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du Preez Leon du Preez
Ebenhart's Handmade Pipes Ebenhart Botha
Goussard Pipes Charl Goussard, Cape Town
Jan Pietenpauw Jean du Toit, Pretoria
Jobert Johan Slabbert
Kruger Opstaan ??
Mattner William Mattner
Piet Binsbergen Piet Binsbergen, Pretoria
Wesley's South African tobacconist chain


Tanzania

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Africob
Amboseli Maker of Calabash and Meerschaum pipes
Caveman brand of Kiko
Countryman Meerschaum pipes by Amboseli, also a series by Charatan
Fader's M/L Made for Fader's of Baltimore
Hillbilly Brand of Amboseli
Kiko Kilimanjaro Pipe Company Ltd.
Kilimanjaro Tanganyika Meerschaum Corporation brand from Amboseli
Sportsman Tanganyika Meerschaum Corporation brand from Amboseli
Tembo Tanganyika Meerschaum Corporation brand from Amboseli
Wiga Tanganyika Meerschaum Corporation brand from Amboseli


The Americas

Argentina

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Bambi Pipes Gustavo Miguel Gonzalez
Crisol Argentinian brand produced in the early 20th century
D'Capo Paolo Minotti
Hava Tampa brand likely produced by Luigi Pipes
Herrería Pipas Herrería: Hand-made pipas by artisan Ezequiel Herrería
Luigi Pipes Luis Arbotto; Luigi is also an Italian brand by Luigi "Gigi" Crugnola
Pipas Cassano
Pipas Piombo Pablo A. Piombo
Schneider Bernardo Schnider; Buenos Aires
Southern Amadeo Viciconte

Colombia

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Pipas Arguello MA Miguel Arguello


Brazil

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Bazzanelli Cachimbos Bazzanelli
Bertoldi Cachimbos Bertoldi
Giovanella brand of pipe tobacco blender Candido Giovanella made by Bertoldi
JCI Cachimbos JCI, discontinued
Larsan Larsan Indústria de Artefatos de Madeira
MarTelo Gustavo Cunha, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Cachimbos Brasil Fábrica de Cachimbos Brasil, discontinued
Ranieri Cachimbos Ranieri, discontinued


Canada

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Aircool Aluminum pipe with a briar bowl insert, distributed by Essential Agencies Limited, Toronto
Bell William and David Bell; 19th century clay pipe factory in Quebec
Blatter & Blatter Peter and Robert Blatter; Montreal, Can.
Briar Sweat & Tears/BST Todd Bannard; Carstairs, Alberta
Brig Canada
Brigham Pipes
Calich John Calich
Cats Paw Pipes Bill & Terri Weist
Colm Magner
Condina Guiseppe Condina
Craft Briar See Vesz Pipes, Julius Vesz; Toronto, Ont., Can.
Downie Pipes Stephen Downie
Dr. Thomas Brand of Paradis Pipes
Fagan Mike Fagan
Farhood ??
Fernand Gignac see Paradis Pipes
Gerth's Brand of former Montreal tobacconist, made by Comoy's; Symbol: G
Henderson & Lovelace, E.M. Second half of the 19th century clay pipe factory in Montreal
JBL Canadian brand, see Paradis Pipes
Jo Thomassin Canadian brand, see Paradis Pipes
Leonard Payne system pipes; British Columbia
MacQueen Pipes Colin MacQueen
Magner see Colm Magner
McGrath John Hamilton McGrath
New London Golfer Canadian brand, see Paradis Pipes
Olde World Fine Clays Stephen Bray
Paradis Pipes Paradis Brothers
Parks Pipes Michael Parks
Phillips Bill Phillips; Red Deer, Alberta
Pipes by Cody Perkins Cody Perkins
Pipes by Wolfgang Wolfgang Blazejewski
Rettalb Rettalb is an anagram of "Blatter"! Sub-brand, → Blatter & Blatter
Robert Bannerman Canadian artisan and former Clay Pipe factory (1875-84), located in New York state, USA
Rocheleau Briar Pipes John Rocheleau
S.C. Pipes Brand of Paradis Pipes
Seles Pipes Stefan Seles
Thomas Hinds Brand and distributor based in Winnipeg; pipes made in Italy
Trypis Pipes Phillip Trypis
Vesz Pipes Julius Vesz
Wombaroo Pipes Marty Simm

Canadian pipe making is very individual. Some styles are very traditional, showing definite Old World roots, while others are heavily influenced by the Danish freehand movement.


Chile

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Herrera Leonardo Herrera
Pipes JAS Juan Antonio Salhus
Pipas Ovejanegra Carlos Toro Urrutia


Cuba

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Arzuaga Rafael J. Arzuaga, an artisan making sculpted pipes
FC Miguel A. Rodriguez (Familia Crart, Creaciones Artisticas)


Ecuador

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Lubaq Eucalptus pipes made by Luis Baquero, who began a small production in 2001


Mexico

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Norma de México S.A.
Park Lane
Lunmore Mexican brand by Louis Morones, no longer active
Pipas de Cochera Roberto González González
Pipas Elo Elo Rojas
Rafa Salinas Mexico City

United States

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American pipe making is heavily influenced by the European schools, although Asian aesthetics, at least as they play out in pipes, have also become a notable influence. In particular, the Italian, English, and French schools, with their traditional shapes, have formed the basis for the work of many American pipe makers who have pored over collections of old Dunhills, Barlings, GBDs, Costellos, Savinelli's, etc. Many of these shapes were well established by the 1920s. Others are heavily influenced by the makers of Danish high grade pipes, who have likewise been influenced by their mentors, the fathers of the Danish freehand movement of the 1950's and '60s.

"Go West" is a fascinating look at high grade American pipe makers from across the pond. Written By: Erwin Van Hove and originally published in the French magazine, Pipe Mag.

Among other interesting developments in US pipe making has been Sandblasting. Fred Hanna wrote an interesting article for The Pipe Collector called, The Best Sandblasted Pipes are Being Made By Americans, where he writes, "Now and then, someone will point to a particular country, such as Denmark or Italy, and remark upon the quality of their pipe makers as a group. This may be in terms of design, finish, mouthpieces, engineering, or what have you. Let's add another such assessment. I have been watching the quality of sandblasting by Americans for the last couple of years, and I don't think there can be any doubt about it. The best sandblasted pipes OVERALL are now coming out of the USA."

Suffice it to say that a new generation of American pipe makers have emerged. Many have made the trek to high grade pipe mecca to study with the master carvers. They have brought back an entire school of technique and aesthetic and made it their own. Others combine the traditional and freehand styles in a unique combination. Regardless of their influences, many of these American pipe makers are pursuing pipe making with a tremendous passion and energy, and an individual spirit, not unlike the one that molded the country.



Uruguay

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Pedro Ferrizzo
Pipas Elfo Helios Guidotti


Europe

Albania

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Tomori


Austria

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Andreas Bauer Meerschaum Pipes
Baff Tabakpfeifenunikate David Wagner
Edward's Pipes Edward Czerny
Erste Ottakringer Pfeifenmanufaktur Patrick Rutka
Fisher Paul Fisher, Austrian Meerschaum artisan who settled in Manhattan, NYC, NY
Franz Hiess & Sohne old Austrian meerschaum pipe company; Vienna
Guido Artisan with a small production, sometimes sold by Viennese tobacconist, Josef Ostermann
Harkam Pfeifen Karl Harkam
J. Hock Vienna
Huml Karl Huml
J.N. Menhard 19th Century Meerschaum artisan
Kaufthal Former Meerschaum pipe factory; Vienna
Kemperling Salzburger Pfeifenfabrik
Krenn Hans Krenn
Lenz Josef Lenz; c/o Tischlerei Lenz
Lorenz Made in the Tyrol since 1886
Matzhold Peter Matzhold
Pfeifendesign Lorenz Ludwig Lorenz
Prammer Freehand Pfeifen Josef Prammer
Stiegler Christoph Stiegler
Strambach Meerschaum Pipes
Tine Pipes Martin Steinthaler
Zenz Pipes Klaus Zenz


Belgium

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Albertson Former brand of Hillen, makers of Hilson
Bocci Enrico Bocci
Claessen Pipes Dirk Claessen, Antwerp
Denny's Stamped Denny's and Made in Belgium
Elie Elie lives and works in France now
Hilson Hillen Bros. Co.
Lèonard Piperia Lèonard, Terracotta pipe factory; Andenne
Massis Pipes Nick Ramaekers; Limburg, Belgium
Vandervelpen Gerben Pipe restorer; Vlaams-Brabant, Belgium
Van Der Elst Belgian brand, Belga Shop chain; made by Royal Dutch
Vinche Belgian meerschaum pipe brand by Jean-Baptiste Vinche; Brussels

Bulgaria

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Demirev Pipes Kolyo Demirev; From Bulgaria, now in Prague, Czech Republic
Getz Pipes Georgi Todorov
GB Pipes George Boyadjiev
D.Gechev Pipes Desislav Gechev
SDB Pipes Svetoslav Bozukov


Croatia

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Dotter Domagoj Telišman
ND Pipes Daniel Mustran
MPIPES Marinko Neralić


Cyprus

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Kokkinos - Yiannos Kokkinos Custom Pipes

Czech Republic

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Adam pipes Adam Schorcht
BPK Czech inexpensive brand with long tradition. Factory made pipes mainly for export.
Celtic Tobacco Dušan Doubek
Demirev Pipes Kolyo Demirev; From Bulgaria, now in Czech Republic
Em Czapek Former Czech brand, likely from the 19th century
Háp Pavel Háp
Hodula Pavel Hodula
JanPipes Jan Klouček
Jirsa Oldřich Jirsa
Kroupa Hanz Kroupa
Krška Karel Krška
Machát Richard Machát
Machek Jiri Machek
Montebello Former brand from the former Czechoslovakia
Novakpipes Michal Novák
P. Omrt Czech artisan making freehands
Petr Pipes Petr Libora
Pearl Bee Radka Hofmannová
Pipkin Petr Kučera
Pirkenhammer Circa 1850 Porcelain pipe
RX Pipes Radek Jůza, Prague , Czechia
Stanislav Czech brand distributed by Mostex Group, run by Josef Stanislav
Tomas Mahovsky Tomáš Mahovský
Vlasak Martin Vlasák
Vobořil Pipes Petr Vobořil
Zapletal ART Jiří Zapletal

Denmark

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We highly recommend the following article on the history of Danish pipe making by Jakob Groth. More Pipe maker articles coming soon to this section. Those in red still need articles. Please dive in if you'd like to help. Very thankfully there exists an excellent site dedicated to Scandinavian pipe makers. We highly recommend danishpipemakers.com

Excellent resource: An translation of Piber & Tobak, Danish Pipe Makers, Vol. 1 (1978 - 1998), on fumeursdepipe.net


Finland

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Tapio Wirkkala Finnish designer (1915-1985), who designed some pipe models


France

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Note: The French lists have been recently sub-divided due to growth --sethile (talk) 09:20, 18 June 2015 (CDT)



Germany

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More pipe maker articles coming soon. There exists an excellent site dedicated to German pipe makers. We highly recommend German Pipemakers


Great Britain

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Greece

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Alexander Pipes Alexandros Zavvos
Amadeus Pipes Achaiki Amadeus S.A. / Briar Manufacturing Industry S.A. (PTM)
Anastasopoulos, Kostas K. Anastasopoulos Handmade Smoking pipes / Mr. Kostas Anastasopoulos (Amateur Pipe Maker) / Athens, Greece
Archaggelos Pipes Archaggelos Handmade Smoking pipes / made by Michael Kyriazanos / Athens, Greece
A.S. Smoking Pipes Handmade Smoking pipes / Mr. Anthony Salas (Amateur Pipe Maker) / Agia Paraskevi, Greece
Asteriou, Chris Hand made briar pipes / Chris Asteriou / Athens, Greece
Epsilon2 Rhodian Pipes Efthymios Efthymiou; Rhodes Island
Gourvelos, Kostas K. Gourvelos - Woodturning Handmade Smoking pipes / Mr. Kostas Gourvelos / Athens, Greece
Pipex Pipes See Stefanou Pipex, George Stefanou
Michael Kyriazanos Athens, Greece
D. Mostras Pipes Greece
Stefanou Pipex Stefanou Pipex / Handmade Pipes / Lygourio - Epidavros , Greece
Velasco smoking pipes Handmade smoking pipes by Michael Pipinis-Aliagas / Athens, Greece


Hungary

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Adler Antique Meerschaums
Gallvitz Viktor Zöllner (owner)
Karol Kovacs Budapest Cobbler, often credited with making 1st Meerschaum pipe
Kalmasche A Beautifully carved example, circa 1850
Körös Pipes Balázs Szabó (owner)
Selmec 19th Century Clay Pipes made in Selmec

Ireland

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Auld Erin A Peterson second or sub-brand
B.P.L. A brand of Briar Pipes Limited, Dublin Ireland
Bennington's Belfast Also a Peterson sub-brand, Made in the Republic of Ireland for a Florida tobacconist
Captain Pete Peterson second
Erica Peterson second
John Aylesbury Brand of John Aylesbury tobacco, but now a Peterson second
Irish Seconds A Peterson sub-brand, sold in the U.S.A., also in Austria
Irish Gems Also a Peterson sub-brand???
Kinsale A Peterson sub-brand / second
Lord Beatty Irish brand likely originating at Peterson
Peterson
Shamrock A Peterson sub-brand / second

Italy

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Many thanks to lepipe.it for their underwriting support. They have a large selection of Italian pipes


Latvia

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Senatorov (Sergei Senatorov Fjodorovic)


Malta

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Briar Pipeworks Ltd. (Marsa / Malta)



Netherlands

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Amphora Elbert Gubbels
Baronite Pipe see GoedeWaagen
Big Ben Elbert Gubbels
Copenhagen Style Elbert Gubbels
Croydon Lex Brouwer
De Star 17th century Dutch ceramics factory founded by De Jong family in Gouda, and sold in 1853 to GoedeWaagen
Don Bernard Pipes Bernard Myburgh
GoedeWaagen Holland - Clay
Gold Waagen Dutch brand (Gouda) of ceramic pipes from Royal GoedeWaagen
GtP Gouda Tobacco Pipes; Adriaan van der Want; Gouda, Holland
Gubbels Elbert Gubbels - Royal Dutch Pipe Factory
Hajenius P.G.C. Hajenius; Amsterdam
Hilson Elbert Gubbels; formerly Belgium
Humbry Briar Second brand of Gubbels
Old Mokum Dutch ceramic pipe brand made by Zenith
Royal Dutch Elbert Gubbels
Royal GoedeWaagen see GoedeWaagen
Tatoo Brand of Royal Dutch
Zenith Dutch porcelain pipe brand


Montenegro

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Canaan Pipes Abi Natur

Norway

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Bastia Brand (second] of Lillehammer
Bård Hansen Current maker of Tabago; Bryggen
G. Larsen Pipefabrik see Lillehammer
Lillehammer G. Larsen
Old Briar Second brand of G. Larsen, see Lillehammer
Tabago Two separate brands over the years, currently made by Bård Hansen

Poland

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Antoniewski Bartlomiej Antoniewski
B&B Artur & Mariusz Bednarczyk
Bróg Mr. Bróg: Kazimierz Rog, and Zbigniew & Renata Bednarczyk
Czeslaw Partyka ???
Dominik Pipes
Fajkołamacz Łukasz Tolzdorf
Filar Ryszard Filar
Jerzy Dudziak Polish artisan working in partnership with Stanislaw Solarski??
JSG Jan Szymon Gołowacz
Kowalewski Lech Kowalewski, makes sculpted wooden pipes
Kulpinski Ryszard Kulpinski
Meissen Porcelain Royal-Polish and Electoral-Saxon Porcelain Manufactory, Circa 1700s
Miron Chudio Mayron
Parol Marek Parol
Pastuch Pipes Wojtek Pastuch
Poliński Tadeusz & Celina Poliński
Rogrus Robert Gruszczynski
Samsel Tomasz Samsel (now Australia)
Swoboda (Wincenty); Czeck artisan in Poland
Walat Ludwik Walat, brand and name of highly respected Polish artisan who also worked for the Swoboda factory
Worobiec Henryk Worobiec
Wozniak Pipes Rafał Woźniak
Zembrowski Pipes Tomasz Zembrowski

Portugal

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Cardador José Bandeira Cardador
Casimiro Manual Fernandes Casimiro; Canal Caveria
Couto Antonio Moreira Couto
Haveneza Casa Havaneza brand
Medusa Inexpensive brand made by third parties for distributor SREI
Reis Joao Reis
Robalo Bruno Robalo
Santos Sabina Santos; Arruda dos Vinhos
Sua Excêlencia Brand from the SIPIL distributor. Good quality classics and freehands, made in Italy
EV Eduardo Vieira
Scorpius Pipes João Madaíl
Atelier António António Monteiro

Romania

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AA Pipes Alguhan Akşar (Bucharest, Romania)
Gabos Pipes Gabos Costin Iuliu
Humidor Pipes (Bucharest, Romania)
Negoita Rolando Negoita (now USA)


Russia

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A.Kadnikov Andrei Kadnikov, Moscow
Ailarov Sergey Ailarov
Bondarev Alexander Bondarev, St. Petersburg
Doctor's Pipes Roman Kovalev, St. Petersburg
Dyomin Sergey Dyomin (also "Demin")
Ershov Vladimir Ershov; Clay Pipe maker specializing in authentic reproductions
Fyodorov Alexey Fyodorov
Grechukin Vladimir Grechukhin
Java Known as Yava in Russia
Kiselyov Valentin Kiselyov
Kharlamov Alexey Kharlamov (also "Harlamov")
Looshin Evgeniy Looshin (also "Lushin")
Mr. Pipes Misha Revyagin
PS Studio Designed by Vladimir Grechukhin; St. Petersburg
Saharov Alexandr Saharov
Seniak Zinovi Seniak
Yashtylov Viktor Yashtylov
Starkov Boris Starkov
Tupitsyn Alexander Tupitsyn; St. Petersburg
Shaydullin Fidel Shaydullin

Serbia

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Alexa Pipes Dragomir Aleksic, Belgrade


Scotland

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Pipedia thanks Rattray's for their underwriting support
Lovat A brand produced by A. Friedlander in Scotland, and also Oppenheimer Pipe in England
POW Brand by G.M. Frame
Rattray's Rattray's Original Scotlande made in various and some of the oldest companies (in Europe)


Slovakia

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Slazansky Slazansky Patrik

Slovenia

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Lobnik Gregor Lobnik

Spain

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Arias Josep Arias; late artisan making rustic pipes sold at fairs in the Ossor (Gerona) region
Acire a second of Salvatella from the 1970s
Anfield a brand of Iberica de Pipas
Antonio Sanmartin brand of Antonio Sanmartin Abad.
Arturo Arturo del Pozo; brand and name of late Spanish Artisan supplying Pozito shop in Madrid
Arturo del Pozo Madrid
Bonet Joan Bonet
Brio brand of Iberica de Pipas
Bruken Sucesores de Emilio Navarro
Brukwell "fantasy" brand??
Carsipe Carles Royo Porta
Clipper brand by Iberica de Pipas
Cogars Aldaia, Valencia, Production stopped in 1980s (Lopes)
Commodore Low range brand of Iberica de Pipas, also used by various others.
Coral low range brand of Iberica de Pipas, replaced by Commodore
Creu Retinyola old Spanish clay pipe factory in Palafrugell (Catalonia)
Cristino Crespo Peregrino El Gasco, Caceres
Diamant ceased production in the 1980s; Aldaia, Valencia
Duval Brand produced by Iberica de Pipas
El Picú Las Hurdas
Emilio Navarro pipemaker and Manager of the Bruken Sucesores de Emilio SL factory
Esteve Espinet former Spanish Clay factory in the Palamos area (Catalonia)
EWWA brand of Iberica de Pipas
Everest Brand created in 1933 by Nubió; now a Iberica de Pipas second
Galerna old brand of Iberica de Pipas
García F. Jesús García; Seville
Gester Inexpensive brand launched in 1980s by Iberica de Pipas
Gold Flame Salvatella second with 9mm filters.
Helio Ferretti brand made by Iberica de Pipas
Homs Jaume Homs
Iberica de Pipas Barcelona
labuenapipa Luis Wiesenthal
Joffre Spanish Brand
Jose Rubio Oviedo, Asturias
Juan Castellà 17th - 19th century clay pipe factory; Palamos region of Catalonia
Lady Spain Brand from Iberica de Pipas
Magistral Former brand produced in Aldaia, Valencia, which ended in the 1980s
Madelcar Brand and Spanish importer/distributor of smoking accessories
Masterly Brand of the distributor Madelcar
McIntosch Second brand of Salvatella
Minorca Spain
New Bond Inexpensive brand of Emilio Navarro SL factory, as a Bruken second
Nubió Joseph Nubió
Old Fashion Inexpensive brand from Iberica de Pipas
Piloto Brand of Iberica de Pipas
P. Luchini Brand of Iberica de Pipas
Pipas Martín Rafael Martín Oltra
Pipas Sigmund Segimon Baulenas
Pipas Soler Joan P. Soler
Pipas + O Félix Massó
Pozito Brand of tobacconist in Madrid, made by Arturo del Pozo
Saladich Joan Saladich i Garriga
Salvatella Enric Moulines Giralt
Salas-Zazo Ramón Salas and Ricardo Zazo; Costanilla de los Desamparados, Madrid
Santané Josep Santané
Saxo Inexpensive brand of Iberica de Pipas
Suárez José Aceituna Suárez; Makes pipes from rustic stone with walnut and poplar stems
Swensson Brand from Iberica de Pipas
Taioli Siro Taioli
Targard Brand from Iberica de Pipas
Vera, Alfonso artisan associated with Compañia Española de Bruck, SL

Sweden

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Andersson Jan Andersson; author; Pipe Club of Sweden, Secretary; amateur pipe maker
Bennwik Andreas Bennwik; Stockholm
Björn of Sweden Björn Bengtsson
Brilon old Swedish brand with changeable bowls
Carlson Bengt Carlson
Center Lopes states it is a brand produced by Pipcenter, symbol: "PC"
Dollar
Dura Pipes Dura Semjaniv (broken pipe)
Geiger Pipes Love Geiger
Gurra Lars-Göran Markunger
Ivarsson Sixten Ivarsson (Denmark; broken pipe)
Jönsson Lars Jönsson
Ljung Arne Ljung (broken pipe)
Nordh Bo Nordh (broken pipe)
OF Olaf Forsberg, 18th century clay pipe artisan
Ratos
Rosengren Jonas Rosengren; Halmstad, Sweden
Saenz Gary Sanz
Skapi Founded 1936 by Max D. Schwab
Svenska Rökpipfabriken Former factory in Lerum
Thunér Pipes Ronny Thunér
VNP see Vollmer & Nilsson; Martin Vollmer & Anders Nilsson
Vollmer & Nilsson Martin Vollmer & Anders Nilsson

Although much deserved credit has been given to Danish pipemakers & the "Danish Freehand" style, a lot of credit has to go to a handful of brilliant and innovative Swedish pipemakers, not the least of whom were Sixten Ivarsson & Bo Nordh (may they smoke & rest in peace).

More pipe maker articles coming soon. Very thankfully there exists an excellent site dedicated to Swedish pipe makers. We highly recommend Svenska Pipklubben (Swedish Pipe Club) and extend many thanks to Jan Andersson, club secretary (and pipe smoker, of course).


Switzerland

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Anderegg Brand of Peter Anderegg
Bru-Bu Brunner & Buhofer (also known as BBK)
Davidoff
Design by FRANZ Franz von Matt
Egloff Peter Egloff
Fischer, Peter
Glen Ben Freehand Pipes Richard Baggenstos
Heinzer, Andreas
Innerschwyzer-Pfeifen Andreas Heinzer & Family
Jean Alexis Handmade Pipes Richard Baggenstos
Jud Daniel Jud
Kappeler Alex Kappeler
La Pipa Stefan Capaul
Peter Pfeifenbau Roman Peter
Pipestar Brand of C.J. Verguet Freres, and also by the Swiss firm, Hebor SA
Stich Drechslerei Stich AG
Swiss Pipe Started by artisans from Bru-Bu
Timeless Brand of Franz von Matt
Tom’s Pipe-Line Thomas Habermacher
Tschan Moritz Tschan
Wagner Pipes Michael Wagner
Wagner Tabak-Lädeli
White Dog Freehand Pipes Richard Baggenstos
WR Freehand Pipes Wolfgang Röllin

We urgently need Helvetians (Swiss) to contribute info for the above pipemakers.


Turkey

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Ahmet Buyukcopur Meerschaum Pipe artisan.
Ak-Taş Meerschaum Pipe Besim Aktaş; Eskisehir
ALTINAY Meerschaum brand produced by Altınay Pipe Ltd. company, founded 1964.
Altinok Meerschaum brand produced by Altinok-Pipe Ltd.
Altdukkan Meerschaum Cihan Celik
Aznavur Bari Ltd. Co.??
BS Pipes Birol Salman
Burhan Yucel Meerschaum maker based in Eskisehir
CeSem Turkish company selling meerschaum pipes
Emin Brand of Meerschaum pipes by Medet Kara, and Imdat Kara
Erdogan Ege Meerschaum artist
CPW Calabash Pipes Meerschaum artist
Eyup Sabri Meerschaum artist
Fikri Baki Meerschaum artist
Gezer Brothers in partnership; Mesut, Sevket, and Kudret Gezer
Gülel Medet Kara
Hittite Meerschaum Dudullu M. Ihlamur, Mevkii Alemdağ; İstanbul
Huseyn Yanik see Sadik Yanik and Yunas Ege
IMP Imppipes - Isik Luletasi Hayv. Nakl. San & Tic. Ltd.
Irmismarbel Meerschaum Ahmet GÖVEM; Eskisehir
Ismail Baglan Meerschaum artist
Ismail Ozel Meerschaum artist
Ismat Bekler Meerschaum artist; well known Eskiehir artisan
Kadir Baysal Meerschaum artist; well known Eskiehir artisan
Karaca Ramazn Karaca; Eskisehir
Karahan, A Meerschaum artist
Kenan Ahmet Pipes Handmade Briar pipes; Istanbul
Koncak Company founded by Ekrem Koncak in 1934; Eskiehir
Kybele Ismail Ozdama (Kirac Ltd Co.)
M. Bassal Meerschaum artist; Eskisehir
MeerQueen Meerschaum Pipes
MeerschaumArt ??
MeershcumStore Inc. founded in 1908 by Bahadir Baykal, succeeded by his son, Kural.
Mergenler Brand of Meerschaum pipes Owned by Oksan Mergen, closed in the 1990s
Meric Meerschaum pipe company with shop is Eskisehir and Istambul
Munir Aydogu Meerschaum artist who retired in 2000 after 40 years of activity
Mustafa Albayrak WGM Meerschaum
Nartpipe Meerschaum pipe company
Nick's Nick Merdenyan, who started making Meershchaum pipes in 1968
Nurhan Cevahir Meerschaum pipe artisan
Ozgur Pipe Eskisehir
O. Sabri Meerschaum pipe artisan
Paktas Brand started in 1973 by meerschaum artist, Hasan Aybogdu; Eskisehir
Pipsan Pipes Pipsan Pipes
Saban Önalici Meerschaum pipe maker
Sadik Yanik
Şahin Pipo Ahmed and Bekir Şahin; Istanbul
Salim Sener Meerschaum pipe maker, Partner with Erdogan Ege
Sekircioglu Meerschaum pipes by brothers Huseyn and Mustafa. Started 1987, they split up in 1996
Selami Meerschaum pipe artisan
Semus
Servi Meerschaum pipe brand
Siyahi Siyahi Meerschaum Pipe Co.
SMS Meerschaum pipe brand and company of Samil Sermet; founded in Eskisehir, now USA
Sultan Meerschaum Pipe Co.
Tekin Uzkesici Meerschaum pipe maker
WGM Meerschaum Mustafa Albayrak
White Pipe Ahmet Hamdi Büyükçopur
Yilmaz Meerschaum pipe artisan
Yunar Pipe Abdulvahap Yunar; Eskişehir, Turkey
Yunas Edge Meerschaum pipe artisan


Ukraine

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Golden Gate
Kamensky Stanislav Kamensky; Now in Australia
Ponomarchuk Alexander Ponomarchuk
Rizhenko Valeriy Rizhenko
Shekita Konstantin Shekita
Aksenov Yuriy Aksenov
KAF-pipe link title
M.Nazarenko Maksim Nazarenko
Serova Irina Serova
Veresk Largest pipe company in the former Soviet Union, at one time producing 20 brands; Kiev

Middle and Far East

Australia

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Bullfrog Pipes Jeremiah Mierke; Melbourne
Kamensky Stanislav Kamensky
LBM Levy Bros & Co. Need Information; Melbourne
Samsel Tomasz Samsel; Polish, but based in Australia

China

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Daadou Pipe
Gloredo Leslie Ng
KingCheng
Leizhou pipe tribes
Mister Pipe
Pipe childe
P.Zhan Pipes Ping Zhan
Zhesong Pipes Li Zhesong
Shanghai Tang
Yang Kun Pipes Liuzhou City
Zhishan & Mindong Pipe

Iran

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Cafe Artin Pipe shop of Mr. Artin Abrahamian
Hamid Farhang H.F.Pipes.iran on Instagram
Keresaspa Saeed "Keresaspa" Nazarli, Tehran
Kp handmade pipes Made by Kambiz pouria in Iran.
Memo Handmade Pipes Mehdi S. Aghdam
M.I Handicrafts Mohamad Javad
Pasargadtabac Pipe shop of Mr. Amirhossein rahimi known as Mastro Rahimi
vafa shop Pipe shop of Mr. saleh mousavi

Israel

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Shalom Pipe Factory
Burl King Brand of Shalom Pipe Factory


Japan

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Adonis
Arita, Shizuo Shizuo Arita
Arita, Takeo Takeo Arita, son of Shizuo Arita.
Asari Japanese Pipe maker from 1970s and '80s?
Azuma
Gajin Gajin Hayafune
Goisagi Pipes Y. Miyasaka
Gotoh Kei'Ichi Gotoh
Hachiro Seiji Hachiro, owner of Pipe-Do (Pipedo)
Hasegawa Toyohei Hasegawa; maker of kiserus (traditional Japanese pipes)
Hattori Zengoro Hattori; maker of kiserus (traditional Japanese pipes)
Higuchi Jun'ichiro Higuchi
HiRo Yorozutoshi Hiroyuki
Ichi Ichi Kitahara
Ikebana Tsuge Brand
Komatsu
K's Pipes Shin-ichi Kuwahara
Kurusu Reiichi "Ray" Kurusu; Osaka
Maruyama Hajime Maruyama
Minoru Nagata Minoru Nagata; Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture
Miyasaka
Namiki Namiki Manufacturing Co. Ltd.; collaborates with Dunhill on lacquered pipes
Okamura Yukio Okamora, see saci
Pipedo Brand of on-line firm Pipe-Do, See Hachiro
Roland Inexpensive brand by Fukashiro Tsutomu
saci Yukio Okamura
Sakurai Kenichiro Sakurai
Satou Smio Satou
Shima
Shimizu Kanji Shimizu
Suglayma Japanese artisan
Tajima Tatsuo Tajima
Tokutomi, Hiroyuki Maebashi, Japan
Tokutomi, Yuki daughter of Hiroyuki Tokutomi.
Tsuge Sab Tsuge, owner
Tsutomu Fukashiro Tsutomu
Yanagihara Shigeyoshi Yanagihara
Zousan Logo: Large Elephant

Lebanon

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Libre Real Briar George and Gabrielle Daoud
Manuel Shaabi Left Lebanon in 1979, and now in Germany


Malaysia

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Hoping to add more Malaysian Pipemakers: Please add, or send to sethile.pipes@gmail.com
Abi Pipes Abdul Muttalib Md Sidik, Malaysia
Johnsson Ooi Penang Island, Malaysia

New Zealand

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Speden Pipes Don Speden, now Japan
Zeman Jan Zeman

Taiwan

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Santaroko Pipes ST Kuo
Jerry Zenn

Tunisia

Buchnak Meerschaum maker in Tabarka, near the border of Algeria


South Korea

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Kim JongWook 김 종욱(코털아트)
7도sa 칠도사
SJ MIN 잡고기

Pipe Marks & Logos

This area is still under construction, so please wear a hard hat & your favourite smoking jacket.

Due to the huge number of Pipe Makers, we hereby provide links to a number of sites with Marks & Logos:

Logos & markings

Pipemakers

Comunidad de la Pipa

Amigos dos Cachimbo

Fujipub


Aldo Velani - Italy - Gold & Silver Circle: Image:Aldo Velani.jpg

ALTINAY - Turkey - Two pipes surmounted by altınay - Stamped on stem Altinaylogo.jpg

Altinok Meerschaum - Turkey - Vivaldi font "A" in a black circle: Image:Altinok.jpg

Butz-Choquin - France - BC Inside a circle: Image:Butz-Choquin.jpg

Peterson - Ireland - White script "P" stamped on stem: Image:Peterson.jpg

Salvatella - Stylised White "S" stamped on stem: Image:Salvatella.jpg

Savinelli - Italy - "S" Inside a shield surmounted by 2 pipes, stamped on stem & shank: Image:Savinelli.jpgImage:Savinelli S.jpg

Stanwell - Denmark - "S" surmounted by a Crown stamped on stem: Image:Stanwell.jpg


Storient BLOCK Meerschaum - Turkey - Storient "STORIENT" in a blue sticker


Vuillard - France - Stylised White "V" stamped on stem: Image:Vuillard.jpg


Elie - Belgium/Portugal - Stylised Gold "E" inset into stem: Image:Logo mouthpiece Elie.jpg; Pipe Stamp: Image:Stempel Elie.jpg

Edward CZERNY - AUSTRIA - My farther´s and mine...: Image:signatur1.jpg

Yiannos Kokkinos - Cyprus - Image:PIPE-003.jpg