This company was made popular in th late 19th century, by two groundbreaking patents: ``Petersons System`` and `` Peterson Lip``.
2017 pipe of the year was inspired by going back through the archives, this is an updated re-make of the Jap shape. Elegant Silver band has the Irish hallmarks denoting it's authenticity. Short sadle acrylic mouthpiec and signature Silver P completes the look. Smooth brandy coloured finish.
Another in the Ashford pipe series from Peterson, with its beautiful finishes. Dark brown polish fishtail stem and Cumberland mouthpiece.
This is a beautiful brown briar pipe with a silver armount and Cumberland mouthpiece. No filter. Comes in it's own goft box with a soft cloth pouch.
The graceful delicate lines of this pipe and it's diminutive bowl makes a perfect pipe for a pinch of flake, or a quick, but smooth smoke of your favorite blend.
Reddish sandblast briar bowl with silver nickle bit and white acrylic stem with the Silver P on the side. Does not use a filter
Reddish Sandblast bowl with silver nickle bit and white acrylic stem with the traditional P stamped on the side. Does not use a filter.
The Peterson Churchwarden Plrince shape just works so well. Smooth bowl fits nicely into the hand, the longer stem makes the pipe smoke cooler. An elegant looking pipe.
The Peterson Clontarf range uses a light stain on natural briar, which highlights the natural grain and imperfections in the briar. The rim has been rusticated and stained Black for a stunning contrast. No two pipes will be exactly the same, each pipe will be unique.
The second in the Clontarf pipe we have, made from natural unfinished briar. The pipe has been a light stain wto highlight the natural grain and imperfections of the briar. The rim is then rusticated and stained Black to produce a stunning contrast. Due to the finish there are no two pipes the same. Always a unique pipe.
This Peterson pipe is in the Sherlock Holmes style with a rusticated finish. It has an acrylic stem, p lip mouthpiece with an engraved silver band.
length 163mm, height 50mm, outside diameter 37mm, bore 19mm weight 55grams. Uses 9mm filter, gift boxed with a soft cloth pipe pouch.
The Peterson Dalkey series were introduced in 2012. The B11 pipe is a Bent Brandy shape, made from briar with a brown stain and polished smooth. uses a 9mm filter, has a bent F-lip acrylic mouthpiece.
length: 154mm, height 45mm, bowl diameter 38mm, bore 20mm weight 54 grams. Uese a 9mm filter, gift boxed with a soft cloth pipe pouch.
length 5.85in, bowl height 1.82in, chamber depth 1.51in, chamber diameter 0.80in, outside diameter 1.44in weight 1.5 oz. Gift boxed with soft cloth pipe pouch.
The Peterson Donegal Rocky 80S pipe is a bent Bulldog shape, with a diamond shaped shank and tapered stem. Presented with the Donegal Rocky's trademard craggy finish.
This particular Peterson pipe has a mix of elements from traditional shapes. In the case of this pipe its a hybrid of a thick bent bulldog shank transistioning to a bowl from a sizeable billiard thickened at the bottom.
This Peterson pipe incorporates the Peterson system designed to trap excess moisture and deliver a cooler, dryer smoke. Gift boxed with cloth pouch.
Sandblast soft Bown/Orange briar bowl with an Orange swirl acrylic stem, traditional navy mount and silver hot foil P on the stem. Recognizing the summertime the pipe has a Sun stamped on the nickle bit. Does not use a filter.
Sandblast soft Brown/Orange with orangle swirl acrylic stem and mouth piece, traditional navy mount and silver hot foil P on the stem. In recognition of summer the pipe has a Sun stamped on the nickel bit. Does not use a filter.
Only the best briar given a high grade green stain bowl, with a green swirl acrylic stem and aluminum imbedded P in the mouthpiece. Slim and elegant a small bowl for a quick smoke.
The Waterford line of pipes are one of Petersons high-grade lines, these pipes are for serious collectors. Featuring an amazing smoky Orange smooth finish, a deep Black/Orange acrylic swirl mouthpiece with the imbedded aluminum P. The bowl heads are beveled in around the chamber. This is the Bell style Calabash shape oringinally known as the Sherlock Holmes (Bent Dublin).