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Joel Sasieni fit son apprentissage chez Charatan, puis alla chez Dunhill, chez qui il atteint au final le poste de directeur d'usine. Beaucoup se seraient parfaitement contentés d'une telle position, mais pas Mr Sasieni. Il ouvrit sa propre usine en 1919, en espérant pouvoir améliorer certaines de méthodes de chez Dunhill. Mr Sasieni était, à tout le moins, un optimiste.
 
Joel Sasieni fit son apprentissage chez Charatan, puis alla chez Dunhill, chez qui il atteint au final le poste de directeur d'usine. Beaucoup se seraient parfaitement contentés d'une telle position, mais pas Mr Sasieni. Il ouvrit sa propre usine en 1919, en espérant pouvoir améliorer certaines de méthodes de chez Dunhill. Mr Sasieni était, à tout le moins, un optimiste.
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Things did not go smoothly for the new firm. The factory burned down almost immediately. Apparently undaunted, Mr. Sasieni simply rebuilt the factory and carried on.
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Les choses ne furent pas simples pour la nouvelle entreprise. L'usine brûla presque immédiatement. D'apparence imperturbable Mr Sasieni reconstruit tout simplement l'usine et alla de l'avant.
    
One change he incorporated in his pipes was the method of curing the bowls. While the briar blocks were air cured, similar to Barling, Sasieni took this process a step further by “oven curing” his pipes. Each pipe was cured in an oven over a period of six weeks, being removed periodically by a factory worker, who would wipe away the moisture as it emerged from the bowl with a rag, and check it for cracks. The end result was Sasieni pipes (the ones that survived) were extremely dry smoking.
 
One change he incorporated in his pipes was the method of curing the bowls. While the briar blocks were air cured, similar to Barling, Sasieni took this process a step further by “oven curing” his pipes. Each pipe was cured in an oven over a period of six weeks, being removed periodically by a factory worker, who would wipe away the moisture as it emerged from the bowl with a rag, and check it for cracks. The end result was Sasieni pipes (the ones that survived) were extremely dry smoking.

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