Peterson Christmas 2021 Sherlock Holmes Heritage Baker Street Fishtail Pipe


A highly collectible Peterson Christmas 2021 Tobacco Pipe.

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Victory Pipes is thrilled to be one of a select number of stores offering these pipes. They are in limited supply so don’t delay when considering your purchase. These Peterson Christmas tobacco pipes are Santa’s favourite!

About The Series

Each year since 2009, Peterson has released a special-edition Christmas pipe, typically presenting an array of their popular Classic shapes in a singular finish. For 2021, however, they elevated the series further, offering all 14 of their fan-favourite Sherlock Holmes shapes in not one but three distinct finishes, including the heritage finish seen here — topped with a black acrylic fishtail stem and adorned with a warm, tasteful copper mount. Each pipe also comes complete with a matching leather pipe stand.

About The Shape

Originally released as part of Peterson’s Original Sherlock Holmes collection (1989-1991), this tall, straight Bulldog was designed by senior craftsman Paddy Larrigan and is among the most traditional designs in the series, featuring a well-structured form comprised of firm lines and stout proportions.

Length 149mm
Weight 54g
Bowl Height 55mm
Bowl Width 43mm
Chamber Depth 41mm
Chamber Width 21mm
Stem Material Acrylic
Filter None
Shape Bulldog
Finish Smooth
Material Briar

About The Range

In addition to their regular production ranges, Peterson also offer a number of limited-edition series unique to each year. These lines celebrate their rich history and tradition of craftsmanship, often looking to the past in order to innovate for tomorrow. From their annual Saint Patrick’s Day and Christmas Pipe series to the singular Pipe of the Year models, these pieces are crafted for true Peterson collectors and enthusiasts.

About Peterson of Dublin

In 1874, just one year after receiving a prize medal for his efforts at the 1873 London International Exhibition, German émigré Frederick Kapp moved his pipe retail operation from London to Dublin, Ireland, where he opened a new tobacco and pipe shop, making and selling pipes crafted from meerschaum as well as briar root, a relatively new material to the market. Within a year, Frederick employed a young Latvian woodworker named Charles Peterson to help with production and repairs.

In 1890, after 15 years of handling and repairing multitudes of pipes, and thinking critically about how to improve their design, Peterson applied for and secured a patent in his own name, titled “A certain new and useful improvement in Tobacco-Pipes,” introducing a unique system designed to wick moisture away from the smoke and deliver a fuller tobacco flavor – a design he would continue to improve over the next eight years. By 1896, after winning two gold medals at the International Tobacco Trades Exhibition in London for “Best Finished Pipe” and “Best Patent Pipe,” Charles Peterson, together with Frederick’s son Alfred Henry, had transformed the small pipe shop and smoking parlour into a budding international export factory, introducing the patented System pipe, as well as a host of other Classic designs, to the hands and minds of enthusiasts worldwide, where Kapp & Peterson has remained for generations.

As the oldest continuously operating briar pipe factory in the world, the pipe makers at Peterson have a certain tradition to uphold, a legacy of craftsmanship dating back over 150 years. Whether you’re browsing for your very first pipe or are a seasoned collector in search of a rare gem, know that every pipe in their catalogue carries with it that same preservation of tradition. A Peterson pipe isn’t just a utilitarian tool; it’s a piece of history you can carry with you in your travels, a faithful companion to accompany you through all that life offers.

Additional information

Weight .23 kg
Dimensions 18.5 × 8.5 × 6 cm