Dunhill, a brand that really doesn’t need much of an introduction, but if you just stepped out of an alternative dimension, let us give you a few pointers:
Alfred Dunhill established his shop in 1893 in London and in 1906 the first pipe was made. Dunhill pipes were quickly (and still are) considered to be some of the finest smoking pipes in the world, all handmade from the highest quality of Briar and stem materials. Dunhill is the Rolls Royce, the Rolex, the Château Latour, of the pipe world, and each and every pipe has undergone Dunhill’s famously strict quality control.
Dunhill pipes are marked with four numbers and they should be read like this: 5102 means: 5 = size of the pipe, 1 = size of the mouthpiece, 02 = bent shape. The sizes range from Group 1 (small) to Group 6 (large). If there is an F following the four digit code it means that the pipe is drilled for 9mm filter use.
Beside dealing the Dunhill Pipes we are the distributor of Dunhill Pipe Tobaccos in Denmark.
Pipes - The Danish Pipe Shop
At The Danish Pipe Shop in Copenhagen, Denmark you find the largest selection of tobacco pipes in Northern Europe: Tom Eltang, Kurt Balleby, Anne Julie, Manduela, Tao, Stanwell, Peter Heding, Neerup Pipes, Poul Winsløw Pipes, Ascorti, Caminetto, Dagner, Dunhill, Castello, Volkan, Brandon Brooks, Vesterholm Pipes, Suhr Pipes, Bay Pipes and many more!