Blog by Dal Stanton
I acquired this interestingly shaped pipe in an eBay Lot acquisition from France which has contained several very collectible pipes. The challenge with this French Lot has been that several names stamped on the pipes are unfamiliar to me and require more research to uncover the origins. This pipe continues that trend as its origins aren’t clear. My good friend and former colleague working in Ukraine, a pipe man and restorer himself (see: https://www.thepipery.com), saw this Robinson Paneled Tomato in the For “Pipe Dreamers” Only! collection and reached out to me about commissioning it which I was more than happy to do!
I’m categorizing this Paneled Tomato (though a case could be made that this is a Prince shape, but the shank is a bit too broad I think) pipe as a petite as its dimensions are: Length: 5 ¾ inches, Height: 1 inch, Tomato…
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