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HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

This is a discussion on HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread within the General Pipe Forum forums, part of the Pipe Smokers Forums category; Originally Posted by HWiebe Slight update to pipe #015 at the request of our local fire fighting BOTL. That is ...

  
  1. #121

    Elder Puffer Fish Leader Evonnida's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by HWiebe View Post
    Slight update to pipe #015 at the request of our local fire fighting BOTL.

    That is amazing... Great request and great work Hekthor!

  2. #122

    Pipe Carver HWiebe's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Thanks for the compliments gents. As my shop is getting tooled up it is becoming easier to produce the quality I am looking for. Thanks for the support all!

  3. #123

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    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Here is a pipe commissioned by JBuike (Jason). He's a good friend of mine who requested that I let him know when the number 23 was coming up as it had a special meaning for him. I took partial payment in Cuban cigars following Jason's recent trip to Cuba. The "La Casa Del Habano" matchbox that the pipe is propped up on was a nod to the awesome sticks traded for this pipe. Hope you enjoy it Jason.


    Specifications
    Shape: apple
    Finish: smooth
    Colour: brown cherry
    Overall Length: 5.5 in (140 mm)
    Bowl Height: 1.88 in (48 mm)
    Tobacco chamber diameter: 0.875 in (22 mm)
    Tobacco chamber depth: 1.5 in (38 mm)
    Tobacco chamber coating: none
    Draught hole diameter: 0.158 in (4 mm)
    Stummel material: Briar
    Stem material: acrylic & sterling inlay
    Weight: 2.15 oz (62 g)











  4. #124

    Pale Horse
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    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Beautiful Hecktor!!!

  5. #125

    Codger In Training gahdzila's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    absolutely stunning, Hekthor.

  6. #126

    Pipe Carver HWiebe's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Thanks gents. I'm so glad I finally got into handcutting my own stems. Opens up the design possibilities.

  7. #127

    Elder Puffer Fish Leader DanR's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    WOW, that's awesome. Terrific work Hekthor!!!

  8. #128

    Evolving Lead Puffer Fish mmiller's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    I love all the details in the stem/shank of that pipe. Your pipes are just getting prettier and prettier.
    Pipes, Cigars and Snuff

  9. #129

    T-Squared TommyTree's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Whoa! Stunning design, insane grain patterns, an aesthetic triumph. Now can we get a review of how it smokes from the new owner?
    Enabler, Philosopher and Resident Imbiber

  10. #130

    Consigliere Cigarfellas loki993's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by HWiebe View Post
    Here is a pipe commissioned by JBuike (Jason). He's a good friend of mine who requested that I let him know when the number 23 was coming up as it had a special meaning for him. I took partial payment in Cuban cigars following Jason's recent trip to Cuba. The "La Casa Del Habano" matchbox that the pipe is propped up on was a nod to the awesome sticks traded for this pipe. Hope you enjoy it Jason.


    Specifications
    Shape: apple
    Finish: smooth
    Colour: brown cherry
    Overall Length: 5.5 in (140 mm)
    Bowl Height: 1.88 in (48 mm)
    Tobacco chamber diameter: 0.875 in (22 mm)
    Tobacco chamber depth: 1.5 in (38 mm)
    Tobacco chamber coating: none
    Draught hole diameter: 0.158 in (4 mm)
    Stummel material: Briar
    Stem material: acrylic & sterling inlay
    Weight: 2.15 oz (62 g)










    Wow that is super super nice. Great pics too
    "How do you like that cigar?...Well, don't like it too much. They're more expensive than drugs. "

  11. #131

    Pipe Carver HWiebe's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by TommyTree View Post
    Whoa! Stunning design, insane grain patterns, an aesthetic triumph. Now can we get a review of how it smokes from the new owner?
    This won't happen for a little while. He's out of town on business until Saturday.

  12. #132

    Leading Puffer Fish Stonedog's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Well done Hekthor!
    So in other words, stop reading reviews and smoke more tobacco?
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  13. #133

    Puffer Fish with some spikes smburnette's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    They keep getting better and better!

    I wonder how much my early Wiebe pipe will be worth in 10 years?

  14. #134

    Pipe Carver HWiebe's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    I should issue certificates of authenticity to my past customers. Lol

  15. #135

    Evolving Lead Puffer Fish mmiller's Avatar


     

    Re: HWiebe's Pipe Carving Update Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by HWiebe View Post
    I should issue certificates of authenticity to my past customers. Lol
    Well yeah, when you become a famous carver I want people to know that I had one of your early pipes
    Pipes, Cigars and Snuff

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