Age Bogelund Smooth Bent Dublin Estate Briar Pipe, Danish Estates (9mm) [SOLD OUT]


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Age (or rather, Åge) Bogelund is a somewhat less known carver from the 20th century Danish pipe-making tradition – though he was no less a master than his contemporaries. Originally, he worked for Viggo Nielsen’s Bari pipe company, being charged with making some of its higher-grade freehands. Later, Bogelund made pipes under his own name, each displaying a distinct style and talent, even among his celebrated Danish peers. Bogelund’s pipes have for a long time been coveted by collectors, though in more recent years, these creations have attracted a more popular enthusiasm.

I’m a big fan of Bogelund pipes, and I’m at the point now where I can recognize one a mile off. He seems to have pioneered certain aspects that are far more common in contemporary artisan pipe-making, such as the use of distinct and unusual stems, as well as shank bands that do more than just collar the stummel. This one is quintessentially Bogelund for those reasons, as well as for the plump and generous bowl it carries – one expertly carved to bring out the briar’s natural straight grain.

The condition is remarkable. It was clearly well looked after by its previous owner. The pipe is chambered for 9mm filters, but can be smoked without if one pleases.



Length: 6″

Bowl Width: 25.2mm

Bowl Depth: 1.5″

Weight: 1.9oz / 56g

Additional information

Weight 15 oz
Condition Used
Notes Restored


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