Sean Reum Pipes, Sandblasted Dublin Estate Briar Pipe, New [SOLD OUT]


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Over the last decade, Sean Reum has emerged as one of North America’s most admired and in-demand pipe-makers, with his fans including, among many others, the one and only G.L. Pease. Having followed Reum’s career for many years, including catching a few glimpses of the artisan in his Montana workshop, I’m happy to say that his status in the pipe world is well-earned. A master carver of hand made pipes in the Scandinavian tradition, Reum has managed to secure a niche in the highly competitive artisan market through a combination of innovative designs and production techniques, a consistent, high quality output, and an almost unparalleled work ethic.

I do like this pipe from Sean (though honestly I’ve yet to see one of his pipes that I don’t!) – I suppose it could be called a Dublin, as we have done here, or even a very playful poker. I say ‘playful,’ because this is a little longer than the traditional poker, or indeed Dublin, shape, while still keeping one foot firmly planted in that tradition. The bowl is slightly conical – hence ‘Dublin’ – but it is also flat-bottomed, with the shank join raised slightly up from the bottom of the bowl – hence ‘poker.’ It’s marvelously sandblasted, with a crisp, flawless ring grain that Sean’s decided can only be done justice by being left almost completely natural. The rim has also been left as natural, bare plateau, which is a nice extra touch. As for the stem, Sean has paired the natural theme of the bowl with a very subtle pistachio-hued ebonite.

At only 33 grams, this pipe is, finally, light as a feather. A toddler could clench it – though, of course, we do not endorse giving your pipes to children, especially ones this special.



Length: 5.7″

Bowl Width: 18.9mm

Bowl Depth: 1.6″

Weight: 1.1oz / 33g

Additional information

Weight 15 oz
Condition New


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