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  • That golden hour look ✨ captured by @jp_5
  • That golden hour look ✨ captured by @jp_5
  • 3 1 6 minutes ago
  • Tsuge: Yoroi Sandblasted Large Gold Poker (G9). I love the machined gold aluminum and black sandblast Brierwood. Shot on black glass with 3 speed lights. A short history on Tsuge: After being orphaned at the age of 13 Kyoichiro Tsuge left for Tokyo to apprentice for an ivory cigarette maker, Mr. Umibata. Kyoichiro worked his way up from sweeping floors and polishing Mr. Umibata’s cigarette holders to a skilled craftsmen and by 1936  at the age of 26 Tsuge married and ventured off to start his own cigarette holder company. Tsuge parents were of swordsmith Samurai lineages and it’s observed that Tsuge applied this same tradition and spirit of excellence into his work. In 1941 during the war Tsuge’s successful factory was repurposed for gun stock production and he left to join the Navy. Opon returning to his factory after the War with a shortage of cigarette supplies Tsuge was soon forced to shift into pipe making production. With plentiful pipe tobacco and popular imagery of General Douglas MacArthur smoking his corncob pipe Tsuge new direction brought further success. By the 70s Tsuge had established itself in the world pipe market. (http://tsugepipe.com/about/)
  • Tsuge: Yoroi Sandblasted Large Gold Poker (G9). I love the machined gold aluminum and black sandblast Brierwood. Shot on black glass with 3 speed lights. A short history on Tsuge: After being orphaned at the age of 13 Kyoichiro Tsuge left for Tokyo to apprentice for an ivory cigarette maker, Mr. Umibata. Kyoichiro worked his way up from sweeping floors and polishing Mr. Umibata’s cigarette holders to a skilled craftsmen and by 1936 at the age of 26 Tsuge married and ventured off to start his own cigarette holder company. Tsuge parents were of swordsmith Samurai lineages and it’s observed that Tsuge applied this same tradition and spirit of excellence into his work. In 1941 during the war Tsuge’s successful factory was repurposed for gun stock production and he left to join the Navy. Opon returning to his factory after the War with a shortage of cigarette supplies Tsuge was soon forced to shift into pipe making production. With plentiful pipe tobacco and popular imagery of General Douglas MacArthur smoking his corncob pipe Tsuge new direction brought further success. By the 70s Tsuge had established itself in the world pipe market. (http://tsugepipe.com/about/)
  • 2 1 7 minutes ago
  • Tsuge: Yoroi Sandblasted Large Gold Poker (G9). I love the machined gold aluminum and black sandblast Brierwood. Shot on black glass with 3 speed lights. A short history on Tsuge: After being orphaned at the age of 13 Kyoichiro Tsuge left for Tokyo to apprentice for an ivory cigarette maker, Mr. Umibata. Kyoichiro worked his way up from sweeping floors and polishing Mr. Umibata’s cigarette holders to a skilled craftsmen and by 1936  at the age of 26 Tsuge married and ventured off to start his own cigarette holder company. Tsuge parents were of swordsmith Samurai lineages and it’s observed that Tsuge applied this same tradition and spirit of excellence into his work. In 1941 during the war Tsuge’s successful factory was repurposed for gun stock production and he left to join the Navy. Opon returning to his factory after the War with a shortage of cigarette supplies Tsuge was soon forced to shift into pipe making production. With plentiful pipe tobacco and popular imagery of General Douglas MacArthur smoking his corncob pipe Tsuge new direction brought further success. By the 70s Tsuge had established itself in the world pipe market. (http://tsugepipe.com/about/)
  • Tsuge: Yoroi Sandblasted Large Gold Poker (G9). I love the machined gold aluminum and black sandblast Brierwood. Shot on black glass with 3 speed lights. A short history on Tsuge: After being orphaned at the age of 13 Kyoichiro Tsuge left for Tokyo to apprentice for an ivory cigarette maker, Mr. Umibata. Kyoichiro worked his way up from sweeping floors and polishing Mr. Umibata’s cigarette holders to a skilled craftsmen and by 1936 at the age of 26 Tsuge married and ventured off to start his own cigarette holder company. Tsuge parents were of swordsmith Samurai lineages and it’s observed that Tsuge applied this same tradition and spirit of excellence into his work. In 1941 during the war Tsuge’s successful factory was repurposed for gun stock production and he left to join the Navy. Opon returning to his factory after the War with a shortage of cigarette supplies Tsuge was soon forced to shift into pipe making production. With plentiful pipe tobacco and popular imagery of General Douglas MacArthur smoking his corncob pipe Tsuge new direction brought further success. By the 70s Tsuge had established itself in the world pipe market. (http://tsugepipe.com/about/)
  • 1 1 9 minutes ago
  • Thanks to @beyond.clothing for keeping us warm during the ice climb.
  • Thanks to @beyond.clothing for keeping us warm during the ice climb.
  • 3 1 22 minutes ago
  • Time flies
  • Time flies
  • 5 1 25 minutes ago