Billiards on a curved shank.

Odissey

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I am glad to welcome you all again!
I made a pipe for @ Bigk40k. He wanted to buy almost the same pipe that was sold here https://pipesmokersdens.com/threads/billiards-on-a-curved-leg.12590/, but @Briar Buck got ahead of him. @Briar Buck received it yesterday. The package arrived in 10 days - this is a very good delivery speed.
Fortunately, I had a blank for this pipe ready, so it didn't take long to make it. In the photo, it is on the far right. Yesterday 6 - 7 o'clock and today I am already at 6 o'clock in the morning at work. It is now 8 pm in Moscow. So count it.

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In my opinion, everything turned out even slightly better than in the previous version. This pipe has a visually "heavier" bottom of the bowl and this makes it more attractive. At least for me it is.
Smoking pipe parameters:
Length - 130 mm;
Weight - 42.7 grams;
Tobacco chamber 20 x 41 mm;
Bowl diameter - 42.2 mm;
Bowl height - 47.6 mm;
Bite x 3.65 x 14.46 mm
Italian briar, German ebonite.
Let's wait for a response from @ Bigk40k if he says that he is satisfied with everything, then this pipe rightfully belongs to him. If he refuses, then this pipe will be sent by me for free sale.

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Kind regards,
Andrey
 

Odissey

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There are four colors in the stem. The main colors are blue and yellow, there are still light blue (the color of the sky) and black, but there are noticeably fewer of them in the central part of the rod, they are larger on the outer diameter. I expected to see orange instead of yellow, but yellow is also quite good.
 

Odissey

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I am enjoying the evolution of your work as a carver, and your skills with a camera as well, nice photographs!
With every new pipe I make, my briar processing skills grow. There is still not enough light with photographs. I need to add as much light as I have right now. Or I have to switch to professional lighting. But it costs more than my entire workshop.
 

SmokeRings

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With every new pipe I make, my briar processing skills grow. There is still not enough light with photographs. I need to add as much light as I have right now. Or I have to switch to professional lighting. But it costs more than my entire workshop.
You are working well with the limitations you have, I have often been told and firmly believe that a skilled photographer with suboptimal equipment will take vastly superior photographs than an amateur with all the latest inventions
 
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