Brakner Antique Hand Cut Straight Apple Estate Briar Pipe [SOLD OUT]


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Peter Brakner (né Micklson) was one of the godfathers of the Danish pipe-making movement that emerged in the mid-20th century. He began his career at Suhr’s Pibemageri, a pipe workshop whose foreman at the time was Sixten Ivarsson. There he also met Poul Rasmussen, who took over as foreman after Ivarsson departed. Along with Ivarsson and Rasmussen, Brakner was one of the first pipe-makers to sell their pipes through W.Ø. Larsen. It is thanks to pipe-makers like Brakner that the ‘Danish style’ achieved the fame and commercial success that would ultimately make it what it is today, though sadly Brakner’s sudden, early death meant that he would not live to see this legacy in full bloom.

This particular Brakner is an example of his signature ‘Antique’ finish, a micro rustication technique that Brakner himself held close to his chest, meaning that it was never passed on after he died. The pipe is a beautiful straight apple, rusticated, but with the rim left polished smooth. While the stem has one or two marks from the previous owner, the pipe is otherwise in a marvelous condition for its age. If you like historic Danish pipes, or simply great smokers, this one could be for you.



Length: 6.6″

Bowl Width: 19.6mm

Bowl Depth: 1.7″

Weight: 1.9oz / 56g

Additional information

Weight 15 oz
Condition Used


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