Conor Palmer is the latest in the lineage of the Palmer family to head up the Peterson pipe company. His father Tom has for a long time been the face of the company. In an official capacity, Conor has worked with Peterson since February of 2014. Unofficially Conor has been assisting in the factory his whole life. Now Conor is responsible for a wide range of functions in the company including product design and development, marketing and being a public face for the company which is the oldest briar manufacturer in the world. Join us Wednesday October 11 from 4-8pm and meet Conor Palmer. We will have over 100 Peterson pipes in the house on this day. Conor will be bringing a number of rare, one-of-a-kind pipes with him that you can get here in the US! This will be a special and rare opportunity to meet the Peterson brand ambassador in person, choose from a wide range of excellent pipes-some of those being one-of-a-kind and have a great time. Come one-come all! This is a pipe event not to miss!
Dunhill Humidor White Spot Canary Wharf Grey Oak 175 ct.
Dunhill Canary Cigars Humidor is made of Grey Oak lumber presenting a sleek and graceful look.
2016 S. Bang Ulf Noltensmeier UN 02 Billiard w/ silver
The pipe that you are looking at here is a Ulf Noltensmeier “UN 02” straight grain Billiard with silver. As you can see, beautiful straight grain wraps around the bowl and is highlighted by the finish that the Bang carvers use to accentuate the best virtues of the grain and supply the pipe with dimensionality. […]
2016 S. Bang Ulf Noltensmeier UN 01 bent boxwood Brandy
The pipe that you are looking at here is a Ulf Noltensmeier UN 01 straight grain bent Brandy. As you can see on the pictures here exquisite straight grain adorns all sides of the bowl and is beautifully complemented by a boxwood ferrule on the end of the shank. The shank has a compact length […]
2015 S. Bang Ulf Noltensmeier UN 02 bent Apple
The pipe that you are looking at here is a Ulf Noltensmeier UN 02 cross grain bent Apple. As you can see on the pictures here tight cross grain is prevalant on the front and back of the bowl as well as top and bottom of the shank. What is pretty remarkable about this piece […]
Join us Saturday September 30 as members of the YouTube Pipe Community will be joining us in house. So come join us for pipes, conversation, and camaraderie with the online Brotherhood of the Briar. There will be specials on this day as well. Don’t hesitate to be a part of the fun on this day! See you there!