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Paul Stanwell can be credited with making the Danish pipe popular throughout Europe and the United States. He started his pipe making company in 1942 under the name Kyringe. However, in 1948 he began stamping his pipes with his surname to make post-war pipe smokers think that his pipes were British! Today this pioneer Danish pipe making operation continues to produce a wide variety of popular pipes for the world market.

The selection of Stanwell pipes spans from the very classic and traditional forms and materials, to beautiful and unique one of a kind freehand pipes, that truly stand out.

The exceptional quality of the Stanwell pipes makes them a desirable acquisition to any pipe collection, small or large.

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Paul Stanwell can be credited with making the Danish pipe popular throughout Europe and the United States. He started his pipe making company in 1942 under the name Kyringe. However, in 1948 he began stamping his pipes with his surname to make post-war pipe smokers think that his pipes were British! Today this pioneer Danish pipe making operation continues to produce a wide variety of popular pipes for the world market.

The selection of Stanwell pipes spans from the very classic and traditional forms and materials, to beautiful and unique one of a kind freehand pipes, that truly stand out.

The exceptional quality of the Stanwell pipes makes them a desirable acquisition to any pipe collection, small or large.

Traditional and elegant

The designs and shapes of Stanwell pipes are first and foremost traditional and elegant. As a very well-established brand, Stanwell knows what constitutes a good pipe, and creates pipes that are meant to be used. Using traditional and beautiful materials along with amazing finishing techniques, Stanwell pipes are sure to stay at the top of the list of preferred and market leading pipe making companies for a long time to come.

Stanwell pipes Paul Stanwell can be credited with making the Danish pipe popular throughout Europe and the United States. He started his pipe making company in 1942 under the name Kyringe.