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Steel's

France England

 

  Steel's, DeLuxe
 (Left side) Steel's Algerian Briar
This pipe is of the "Carburetor" type (Regulation valve on the bowl underside).
Other pipes with this device: Dunhill Airstream, Kaywoodie Carburetor, Passat, Yelo-Bole
The brand's name as logo

(Left side) Steel's Senior, Pat N° 8384

(Right side) Made in France, 26

Brand produced by Civic and La Bruyère. La Bruyère absorbed Chapuis Comoy in 1932.

Stefano

Santambrogio
 Italy
Brands with crown logo

(Left side) Stefano, Exclusive

(Right side) Selected Briar (Arched)

Export brand for the german market

Stending

 

 

  Stending ++

Stern

Denmark
Brands with star logo

(Underside) Stern, Made in Denmark, S3

See also (Danish pipe with the same star logo):

Georg Jensen, Cortina

Sterling Hall

Briarcraft
USA
Losange, Diamond

 

(Left side)

◊ [B in diamond] Sterlin Hall By Briarcraft ◊

(Underside)

Aged Imported Briar

(Right side)

70

Stetson

Mastercraft
 USA

 

  Stetson Imported Briar Made in Iraly

Steve Johnson

 USA

(Left side)   S. Johnson, XX O, 8

 (Right side) Handmade, U S A

Pipe carved in the 1980's
This part time pipemaker worked at Holt's Tobacco Shop in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Stoa

(See Todd Johnson)

Stöhr

Eckhard Eckhard Stöhr Pfeifen
 Germany

no logo on the stem

 (Underside)

― ES (In oval)

― Eckhard Stöhr ―

Artisan: Eckhart Stöhr (born 1954) is a part time pipe maker since 1990.

Markings: pipes are often stamped with the only ES in an oval. The pipes are ungraded.

Stokkebye

See Peter Stokkebye

Stollenwerk

See Frank Pfeifen

Straus

 England
Brands with an encircled letter logo

Straus, Private Stock, Made in England, 43

(Left side) Henry Straus, S.S.

(Right side) Algerian Briar, Made in France

Henry Straus was a pipe maker at Charatan. He also carved pipes with his own name around the 1940's till the late 1950's.

Streamliner

France
Brands with crown logo

 

(Left side) Streamliner

(Right side) Algerian Briar, Made in France

This label even though identical to Weber's, seems to be from a different origin (Made in France). The pipe above has not the "aerodynamical" shape characterizing pipes usualy marketed under the Streamliner name by Weber.

Streamliner

Weber
 USA

 

  Air Cooled, Steamliner, U.S. Des. Pat. 127324
Same logo: Fortnum's

Stuart

Barontini
 Italy

 

Student Prince

Wally Frank
 USA
Brands with a spot or disk logo

 (Left side) Student Prince, Imported Briar  (Right side) 159
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