Hn handmade pipes

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From Pipes, Artisans and Trademarks, by José Manuel Lopes

Heiner Nonnenbroich was born in 1953. A piano teacher, whose parents were artisans, his first experiments with pipes date back to the early 1970s.

Smooth Bent Apple, courtesy
Heiner Nonnenbroich, from his website

He produces 50 to 70 pipes a year. They are freehands, 85% or which are fitted for 9 mm filters. He uses ebonite and acrylic stems, and uses briar from Italy, Algeria, and Corsica. His accessories are in acrylic and various types of wood.

Grading is (ascending): E, D, C, B, A, and AA. Stamp: logo + handmade, + grading.

From The Hn-pipes website
My name is Heiner Nonnenbroich, born in 1953. In my first job I am a piano teacher and work at a music school. I have been making pipes since 2002. My pipes are exclusively hand-made freehands. Most of my pipes are without filter. I source the best briar wood I can get only as plateaux from Italy and Spain. After the forming and staining, the pipes are oiled and - after several days of drying - polished and finished with Carnauba wax.

The mouthpieces are made from the best German ebonite rods.

Contact Information:

hn handmade pipes
Heiner Nonnenbroich
Hochstrasse 86
47647 Kerken

Phone: +49 (0)2833 97165