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Bjarne Viking Pipes – Copenhagen Virgin 05 & 06

Viking pipes are a classic and beautiful pipe among the finest briar wood tobacco pipes. Designed since 1973 by master artisan pipe maker Bjarne Nielsen, Denmark. It is featured an exquisite Danish design in the variety bowl shapes.

Bjarne Viking Pipes products known as a high quality and durability pipes with the lower price that other Bjarne models or other brands with the similar styles, and it became a popular choice among the pipe enthusiasts.

Bjarne Viking Virgin Pipe

Among hundreds models of Bjarne Viking pipes, this is two classic models that we proposed because of the beautiful shape and also the quality itself.

That is Classic Copenhagen Virgin (05) a half bent Dublin and (06) half bent Billiard type.  Both pipes use high quality materials and made by Bjarne Nielsen an experienced craftsman pipe-maker, pipe ambassador for his country.

Bjarne Viking Pipes – Copenhagen Virgin 05

Copenhagen Virgin pipe is a high quality tobacco pipe created by Bjarne. The pipe’s given a smooth shape, glossy finish with a rich, dark brown stain and accented with a nickel military-ferrule-like band between the stummel and the black vulcanite stem. Actually the Copenhagen pipe series is available in many standard shapes.

With a several shapes to choose from, the Copenhagen Virgin pipes will be a great addition to a growing Viking collection.

Pipe Description

  • Brand: Bjarne Viking
  • Model: Copenhagen Virgin
  • Style: 05
  • Shape: Horn/Half Bent Dublin
  • Length: 130.70 mm
  • Height:  45 mm
  • Bowl diameter inside: 19 mm
  • Bowl diameter outside: 40 mm
  • Bowl depth: 37 mm
  • Finish: Smooth
  • Stummel material: Briar wood
  • Stem material: Acrylic
  • Band: metal
  • Weight: 44 grams
  • Country of Origin: Denmark

Bjarne Viking Pipe

Bjarne Viking Pipes Copenhagen Virgin 06

Not different with 05 style this 06 style has a full Bent shape, very nice and beautiful looking.  Also polished dark brown smooth finish, vulcanite regular tenon stem with nickel military-ferrule-like and stem trim.

Pipe Description

  • Brand: Bjarne Viking
  • Model: Copenhagen Virgin
  • Style: 06
  • Shape: Full Bent
  • Length: 130 mm
  • Height: 47 mm
  • Bowl diameter inside: 19mm
  • Bowl diameter outside: 38 mm
  • Bowl depth: 38 mm
  • Finish: smooth
  • Stummel material: Briar wood
  • Stem material: Acrylic
  • Band: Metal
  • Weight: 44 grams
  • Country of Origin: Denmark

Bjarne Viking pipes are made from high-quality Italian Briar wood and comfortable acrylic stems.

Bjarne
image: Bjarne

History

Bjarne Nielsen war born in 1941, pass away on February 26, 2008, at the age of 66. The pipe community lost one of its greatest characters who loved and lived pipes.

He loved pipe since he is studied at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and later working for the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Because of his passion of pipes and also he loved indeed with pipe, he left his promising career in the Ministry office and decided to concentrate on his pipe business in 1973.  He got a support from his family about his decision.

He became a full-time pipe-maker, and he decided to find some pipe-maker to help him. During the first years all of Bjarne’s pipes were sold in the United States of America.

He also has tried so hard to get another market and that will need some innovation.  It is clear after he visited a pipe show in Frankfurt, Germany, at the end of 1970s.

He realized that the European market is different with the United States market, Germans market wanted a complete different style of pipes, it is prefer to the traditional shapes.

Since then he decided to produce a new lines on his production of pipes. That is a broad mind decision and it proofed that until now Bjarne pipes still have a good market around the world.

It is also selling on the online shops…….

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