Army & Spigot

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  • Army & Spigot
    Army & Spigot

The Peterson firm worked out this shape. The reservation came from the british army. The Army & Spigot is a variant, which is rounded off at one end and takes a special bit that tapers into it. The idea is that the bit can be easily removed to eliminate the risk of breaking the peg. It also allows longer or shorter mouthpieces to be used readily. The army Mount used to be particularly popular with sailors. A variant of the Army and Spigot. Here, the end of the bit going into the shank is fitted with a silver mount. The result is quite attractive and also ensures further protection against breakage in a pipe's most vulnerable spot.

 

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  • Stanwell pipe Army Mount 109 Red Polish

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    This Stanwell pipe Army Mount 109 Red Polish is made of briar, with polished, unique, brandy shape pipe bowl, with 9 mm filter and straight stem. Stem is decorated with an aluminium ring. Very elegant type.

  • Stanwell pipe Army Mount 185 Sand

    Stanwell pipe Army Mount 185 Sand

    This Stanwell pipe Army Mount 185 Sand is made of briar, with black, sandblasted pipe bowl, with 9 mm filter, bent stem and black, acrylic mouthpiece. Stem is decorated with an aluminiumring.

  • Stanwell pipe Army Mount 109 Sand

    Stanwell pipe Army Mount 109 Sand

    This Stanwell pipe Army Mount 109 Sand is made of briar, with sandblasted pipe bowl. Stem is decorated with aluminium ring. Really rare brandy pipe bowl. Very elegant type. Suitable to all occasion.

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