Updated: Oct 26, 2012
▲ (Left side) Emerson, London Made
(Right side) Made in London (In circle) England, 409
― CHONOWITSCH ―
― Denmark ―
― Handcut ―
― 84 ―
― [Symbol] ―
Artisan: Emil Chonowitsch (†1996) was the father of Jess Chonowitsch
Stampings: US export pipes were stamped "HANDCUT" while the others had a "HANDSKAAREN" stamp.
Eminent, Classic Briar, Danish design, 604
Initially a Danish brand taken over by Oldenkott
▲ (Left side) Emperor, Imported Briar (Right side) Supreme
▲ On stem: "Custom Finish"
▲ (Left side) Emperor, Imported Briar
(Right side) Standard
▲ On stem: "Hand Finished"
A brand of Empire Pipe Co
▲ Empire, de Luxe, London Style, 59 L
The logo seems to represent a sun rising over water.
See also: Regis
▲ (Left side) Empire State (stem underside) Italy
Emilio Navarro SL factory
English Pride, Made in London, England
▲ (Left side) English Variables
(Right side) Made in England
▲ Enrico Bocci, Radica, 604
Artisan (retired in in the 1980's): Enrico Bocci
The logo on the stem is a clockwork bushing (brass).
Artisan: Enrico Marola (also whatchmaker)
― Gamme DE ―
― D. Enrique ―
― ACCORD ―
― HM 07―
Artisan: David Enrique (born 1980) established on his own as pipemaker in 2007 after two years apprenticeship at Chacom (St Claude, FR). He improved his craftsmanship with Marco Biagini (Moretti pipes) or Heiner Nonnenbroich.
Grading (ascending): Gamme DE, Accord, and Harmonie.
Pipes stamped Alliance are from a collaboration with Pierre Morel (from 2010 on).
▲ (Left side) Epoca (Right side) Imported Briar, Italy
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