Dating kaywoodie pipes
BBB sets up a special department to manufacture the calabashs, using only scum to make the furnace whereas some their competitors use plaster of Paris and even of asbestos (asbestos).
The manufacture of the calabashs survived war 14/18, but this conflict destroyed the request. It is besides at that time that Comoy’ S of London, Dr.
If the USA were never an extraordinary market, a branch is opened all the same in New York.
In fact, the marketing strategy was focused especially on the countries of the Britanique Empire.
The Twenties were not easy for the manufacturers of pipes, and A Frankau & Co are integrated by «A. Plumb and Loewe & Co pass under the control of Oppenheimer, which pushes the company to create «Cadogan Investments Ltd.2» in Cadogan Square, London, in the Thirties, to manufacture and sell its pipes.
The factory of Homerton passes under the control of «Marechal Ruchon & Co» (in the years 1970, the factory takes the name of «Fairfax Traders»), and continuous to produce the BBB in a traditional way. However, continuous BBB, commes other companies of the group «Cadogan», to function commercially like an independent company.
In fact, when the companies of the LASH stopped to dispute one the other, all the heads were turned in the installations of a new factory cise in Stratford, Carpenters Road.
Richard Esserman thinks that Dunhill sub-contracted with BBB the manufacture of the heads for its Bent Magnums until 1923.
Prior to 1935 Kaywoodie pipes never were stamped "Imported Briar" which doesn't mean they systematicaly were after this date.
All the Flame Grains are stamped with a 2 digit code.
Here is a Babelfish translation of a history of BBB from It takes under its wing young a 14 year old boy, Louis Blumfeld.
The business thrives quickly until the death of Adolph Frankau in 1856. Enter in scene Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881), author of «Hero and worship of the heroes».