Biz News – As expected, December was a pretty quiet month here on the site, with no new pipe updates, but I’m making up for that now with a BIG pipe catalog posting to carry us into the new year. First up, we have a pair of new Ligne Bretagne Collectors, both handmade sandblasts with horn stems, and one of them is our last green pipe of 2008! Then there are also two new Morta Classics, a prince and a poker, for those folks who want to snap up a Talbert Morta made from Briére morta while they are still available. Finally, I’ve also posted our first new Talbert Briar in a long time, a beautiful new freehand of exotic shape, for the fans of our highest grade line. In other news, I’m about to go take out the Christmas-themed items from our Gift Shop, but I hope to replace them with some new and interesting goodies in the near future.

This is one of those classic examples of, “I really should have known better”. Here it is five days past Christmas and I have yet to finish the first of the Christmas Ghost pipes, for which I currently have enough requests to keep me working until June… but who wants a Christmas pipe in summer? I’ve been away from the Halloween pipes too long, and should have remembered that if I even wanted six or seven for October, I had to start working in January. Still, this first one IS coming along beautifully, and looks to be every bit as disturbing and yet graceful as I had envisioned. Now it’s just a question of digging in with a good audiobook (or three) on the headphones and listening my way through forty straight hours of detail sanding…

Since this will be my last blog post for 2008, I’d like to wish everyone a very happy New Year! 2008 was certainly a tough one for us, so we’re looking forward with both anticipation and trepidation to 2009, which I hope will be a better year for everyone out there. Our very best wishes to all!

Categories: Pipe Blog


Unknown · January 20, 2009 at 9:53 pm

Come on Trever! Isn’t it done yet!!

Aaron Leiby · January 2, 2009 at 5:28 am

I absolutely love that stem. Can’t wait to see this finished.

Unknown · December 30, 2008 at 7:31 pm

Wow Trever. That is just awesome!

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