Bottled History by Commoner
"Ray Gascoigne has spent a lifetime at sea as a shipwright and sea merchant. His memories and love for ships are made physical through miniatures he constructs with extreme care within old whisky bottles. Over the past 60 years he has built hundreds of replicas of ships from the past and present of maritime legend. Many were built at sea, in the lonely cabin hours of night, and Ray (now 85) continues his craft on land today" (watch video).
so as many of you may know my home studio( which i affectionately call “studio porch” ) has been unused for a while because my brother had a lung infection and that caused a huge problem, anyway, i’m going to start carving again very soon so after i finish my last custom build i’ll be ready to…
If y’all set up and exchange with Old Smokey you’ll get exactly what the exchange was built for; a mountain of smoke, and a few usable gizmos. The new tamper is epic and the mini humidifier is a mist have…plus the blends smell really, really good!
I’ve been buried in life lately and have not had a chance to run them up the flagpole yet, but I’m very curious to give the Rum Maple a swirl.
For the pipe smoking collector of Meerschaum should have 3 things. First, all be in one piece, thus able to be smoked. Second have great detail or depth of character, thus be interesting. Finally it should have a case, thus being protected.