Kettle's Pipe

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Who Made That Pipe?, by Wilczak & Colwell lists Kettle's Pipe as being made or sold by S S Piece Co 1922 (USA). This Kettle's Pipe looks similar to an early Comoy is some respects, but other aspects make that origin doubtful. It was made in England.


The following set of billiards, one a silver mounted spigot and the second silver banded is courtesy of João Pavão Martins. The silver is hallmarked London 1910 and they are presented in a crocodile case. They were apparently made for William Hartin, a tobacconist located on Fore Street in Worcester. The pipes are both straight grain, although with a very dark finish.

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