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If you have followed my blog for long you know that I love older C. This one rang all the bells for me with the unsmoked bowl, the gold stamp on the shank, even the disintegrating brass band and the P-lip style stem. It was a bit shop worn from sitting – nicks and grime on the finish. On the right side of the shank it read French Briar. The stamping on the stem top and underside was very readable. I took photos of the pipe after I had dried it off.
I would further refine the 1910s period to a time between 1910-1915.
From that information I dated this pipe to the peroid metnioned above.
The rich contrasting brown colour works well with the silver ferrule and the polished black vulcanite stem. Now I have to make a hard decision – do I leave it unsmoked or do I load it up with some aged Virginia and break it in.
The finished pipe has a rich look that is quite catching. The shape, finish and flow of the pipe and stem are very well done. Thanks for walking through the restoration with me as I restored and reworked this old billiard from 1910-1915.
I let the balm sit for a little while and then buffed with a cotton cloth to raise the shine. This is little chubby billiard with a classic shape that reminds me of some of the older Peterson’s Sraight billiards that I have restored.