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1920: Dunhill stopped buying bowls turned in France in favor of those turned in London at the newly opened Dunhill bowl-turning facility. 1928: Alfred Dunhill retires 1930: The Root finish is introduced. Nonetheless, let us try and begin at the beginning in the early 1900’s.1921: Alfred Dunhill open international stores in NYC and Paris. Alfred Dunhill inherited a harness business in 1893 at the age of 21.WWI provided him the perfect opportunity to promote his product on an international scale.When an order was placed by an officer serving in Northern France, Alfred would send additional pipes with a note asking that they be distributed among his fellow officers.Alfred soon saw that the age of the automobile was coming and decided to convert his father’s factory from horse-drawn carriage accessories to motor accessories.“Dunhill Motorities” was soon born and Alfred was fast at work inventing and creating all possible accessories.
Alfred Dunhill wanted his pipes to be known around the world.
The pipes coming in from France were highly varnished and consequently clogged the pores of the briar.
They were simply not doing justice to his creative blending. He set down two principles that would guide the production of Dunhill Pipes.
The top piece is from 1918, and carries the #24 stamp (the size of the “Inner Tube,” not the shape).
This pipe would later be referred to as the “O” in the catalogue. Pease Collection  1893: At the age of 21 Alfred Dunhill inherited a harness business and soon saw that the age of the automobile was coming and converted his father’s factory from horse-drawn carriage accessories to motor accessories. 1904: Alfred Dunhill invented the “Windshield Pipe”.