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Stanwell Hans Christian Andersen Brown Polished Pipes

The Stanwell Hans Christian Andersen series might well be their most iconic line. All of them exhibit the graceful styling for which Stanwell is renowned, but with a unique twist. All of them come with a standard length and a churchwarden stem so you can enjoy your pipe when you're a bit more active, or when you have the time to lounge and relax. 

There's nothing like a Stanwell pipe and possibly the most iconic are the Stanwell Hans Christian Andersen Brown Polished Pipes. These classic Danish-designed shapes are beautifully executed using select briar and finished with a light walnut stain with a fine polish, Each one is fitted with a standard length and a churchwarden stem. You can feel confident with Stanwell's legacy of making fine pipes and they top it off with a lifetime warranty (details on the card inside each box). 

Please note - The pipe lengths in the More Details section are for the pipes with the sort stem installed. With the churchwarden stem in place, they will typically be between 10 and 11 inches long.


Stanwell Hans Christian Andersen Brown Polished HCA1
  • Stanwell Hans Christian Andersen Brown Polished HCA1
  • Stanwell Hans Christian Andersen Brown Polished HCA1
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Stanwell Hans Christian Andersen Brown Polished HCA1 - 9mm
  • Stanwell Hans Christian Andersen Brown Polished HCA1 - 9mm
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Very nice
Must be good. I have 5 Hans Christian Andersen pipes now
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In and of itself, an ok pipe.
I got this for the versatility of being able to switch stems from a churchwarden to a more active and short stem. The churchwarden stem was poorly made and broke quick, but the smaller stem is just fine, as is the pipe.