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    When it comes to hand-made (fatta a mano) Italian pipes, two brothers in Italy, Elio and Guido Rinaldo are raising eyebrows around the world and are proving that high quality doesn't always come at a high cost. In 1987 they started the business that bears their name although they actually started making pipes back in 1974 when they were only in their teens. They use the finest mediterranean briar and their pieces not only are expertly designed and easy to hold, but they use fine balanced acrylic mouthpieces to insure a pleasant grip and ease on the teeth. Although some pipe manufacturers employ a body of carvers to create their designs, the two Rinaldo brothers are the sole carvers of their company. They create pipes in three different finishes(smooth,sandblast,and rusticated), several different sizes, and line their pipes with briar, silver, and gold ornaments. Check out the pipe images to see a fine representation of their work and well as the other links to see what they have to offer, and the full history behind them.

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  John Seiler tagged you in The Gentlemenís Pipe Smoking Society .       John Seiler shared 2 photos in The Gentlemenís Pipe Smoking Society June 19 at 10:31 AM   I just received my new Megas Rinaldo Hawkbill pipe from Steve Monjure , made by Guido Rinaldo and his brother. It is BIG. The construction and craftsmanship are spot on. It is much larger than any other Castello Shape #84 in my pipe collection. Now to break it in with some McClelland #5100! As I have often said "I have never met a Rinaldo pipe that I didn't like:!        Like Comment  
   
 
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John Seiler shared 2 photos in The Gentlemenís Pipe Smoking Society
June 19 at 10:31 AM
 
I just received my new Megas Rinaldo Hawkbill pipe from Steve Monjure, made by Guido Rinaldo and his brother. It is BIG. The construction and craftsmanship are spot on. It is much larger than any other Castello Shape #84 in my pipe collection. Now to break it in with some McClelland #5100! As I have often said "I have never met a Rinaldo pipe that I didn't like:! 

Rinaldo Hawkbill

 
 
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