Jun 28, 2013
▲ (Left side) Barok
(Right side) Bruyere St Claude
▲ (Underside) 549, Barok, England
▲ Baronet Bruyere, 511
▲ Baronet Bruyere, 1015
▲ Baronet [ * * * ]
This Baronet doesn't seem to be from Savinelli. LHS
had a Baronet line and this pipe may be one of those.
▲ (Left side) Barontini, Cortina, 501 (Underside) Italy
▲ Barontini, Classica, 706, Italy
▲ Barontini, B 8
▲ (Left side) Stuart,
▲ (On top) Liburnia, Ambra
(Underside) Ilio, Barontini
Artisan: Ilio Barontini
. He was a cousin of Cesare Barontini.
See also: Küttel
▲ Baroque, England
This brand is obviously from the same workshop than the "Barok
" (Made in England). The two pipes displayed in these pages have exactly the same shape and the same "B" logo on the stem.
▲ (top of shank) Barracini (Bottom) Imported Briar
▲ Barrister, Made in France
Pipes with this brand were carved in France and distributed in the USA by L & H Stern
See also: Britannia
Bartlett & Bickley
▲ BARBIC # 459, Bartlett & Bickley, 217. Piccadily. London
▲ BARBIC # 413, Bartlett & Bickley, 217. Piccadily. London
Massa Marittima, Toscana
Artisan: Mauro Bartoli & daughters
Brand founded in 1950 by Mauro's father, Pietro Bartoli.
▲ no markings on the pipe
(On the case) ― Made in Austria ― ― Finest Culured
▲ In enlarged picture #1: "Finest
Cultured Amber" means
amberoid or acrilic mouthpiece.
In enlarged picture #2: Delrin push tenon (see also below)
Company founded in Vienna (Austria) by Andreas Bauer in
1906. In 1942 Ernst Bauer, the founder's son, took over the
management of the enterprise until early 1970s when Turkish
law banned the export of raw meerschaum. At this time Otto & Kopp
the trademark. They were a large Meerschaum distributor to
the German tobacconists and good customer of the Turkish Konçak Meerschaums.
Lastly Sedat Konçak bought the trademark in 1990. Unfortunatly
the pipes carved in Turkey continue to be labeled "Made in Austria" (pipe
The original legendary Andreas Bauer pipes have a real amber bit with
a bone screw tenon. The "Made in Turkey" Andreas
Bauer pipes have an amberoid or acrilic stem with a delrin push
stamping on silver band
▲ (Left side) Bayard, 2 Carat, Bruyere Garantie
▲ (Left side) Bayard (Right
▲ Olive wood pipe with a briar insert. The enlarged
pictures display quite well how the olive wood get darker over time.
▲ Bayle "Aera", Saint Claude
Brand created in 1968 by Jean Etienne Gustave Bayle
(distributor). Address: 194 rue Charcot, Courbevoie. The pipes were made by third parties like M. Waille (EWA
) and also by Genod
. Brand discontinued in 1980.
▲ Bru-Bu Swiss Made
BBK: Brunner-Buhofer-Kompagnie (1932-late 1970's) shortly called Bru-Bu. The workshop in Kleinlützel (Soleure/Solothurn) has been overtaken by "Former" Nielsen in 1986.
See also Drexler's Tabakstube
▲ Challenger London England, BB&S 5276
▲ (Left side) Royal Londoner, Made in England
(Right side) B.B.&S , 489S
▲ PORTLAND PIPE CO., B.B.& S London Made England, Dearborn
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