Posts Topics. Afterwards, they were left to dry, with the excess oil being occasionally wiped off. On display in Dunhill's London showroom. Examples for this period read:. The Bent-Rhodesian in Root finish was made in and of course it shows the white dot on the Vulcanite stem. A shape chart was developed that used numbers and letters to signify a specific shape. Chip states, "I understand that Dunhill rarely makes a spigot in a size five.
The following from Franco Bolognesi of Milan, Italy:
A Dunhill Pipe Dating Guide
MisterE wrote: Loring Collection. The bruyere finish was used on these pipes through ; root finish was used thereafter. John Loring and I were in his room discussing the cataloging of various stampings on pre WWII Dunhill mouthpieces when the discussion turned towards the peculiar year of Thanks for clearing up the Sean and Rush thing, I thought it was some progressive rock mashup or a collaborative effort. If my media consumption matters to you