May 13, 2013
▲ E. Andrew
▲ E Andrew 1993 Gold dot
Artisan: Edward Andrew Jurkiewicz
― E. Oslo ―
Pipes from this second brand were not made on scratch by Mic Burns. Standard shape pipes were bought from Italian or English makers and modified afterwards in the artisan's way.
▲ Eagle, Cool-Dry
According to Wilczak & Colwell, op. cit.
this brand could be either from Hudson Universal (USA) or from W. J. Palmer & Co (England)
▲ (Left side) Earl of Essex
(Right side) Algerian Briar, France . (On band) 12K Goldplate
▲ Earl of Essex, Imported Briar
▲ (Left side)
Echt Bruyere (Arched)
The stem logo is very similar to Parker's. The diamond in this
logo is wider than high. The pipe could be of German origin (Echt = Real).
Same logo: Pinehurst
▲ (Left side) Ed's (Right side) Selected, Imported Briar
Private label of a US Tinderbox Pipe shop from Santa Monica (Ca). It was Bing Crosby's home store.
▲ Eden Roc, Classic
This pipe is not from GBD's Eden Rock serie.
― Mr. Hyde ―
― [Man with hat] ―
― M H ―
― [Man with hat] ―
Artisan: Eder Nicoletti Mathias (born 1977 in Brazil) has established his workshop in Antibes (FR).
Markings: in addition to the man with the hat, the pipes are signed "M H" or "Mr Hyde" or "e m".
▲ Edison handmade 72 Old Briar
Serie in collaboration with Danish artisans.
▲ Edward's Handmade, Algerian Briar, S
Edward's Pipes, headquartered in Tampa, FL, got its start importing pipes from France and continued to do so from 1958 to 1963 when it started producing pipes in Florida from prime Algerian Briar, a practice they continue to this day (2010).
Randy Wiley, pipecarver in the USA, got his start at Edward's.
▲ Hand Made
The Egloff Tobaccobar AG stopped its activities in 2007
▲ (left side) EHRLICH (right side) GB
▲ (Left side) EHRLICH (Right side) French Briar, GB
▲ This pipe was carved by George Bushee (G.B.), employee at Ehrlich's.
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