Peder Jeppesen's apprenticeship in the world of pipe making was spent learning under two Danish legends. First, he worked under Karl Erik Ottendahl before later moving to learn from Erik Nørding. Since 1977, Jeppesen has been making sure to gain every experience possible in order to create the best possible smoking pipes. He was finally able to open up his own shop to create the Neerup brand in 2001 after acquiring machinery from a closed Georg Jensen pipe factory.
One of Jeppesen's most popular series is his Structure line. There are a wide variety of shapes and finishes in this series, so many that you would actually be able to start your own pipe rotation composed of only Structure tobacco pipes and not have a single pipe that looks quite like the others. The only thing each pipe shares is the acrylic stem and even those are not guaranteed to share a color.
When you have a Structure tobacco pipe, you are getting an excellent option and a wonderful piece. Churchwardens, Calabashes, Pots, and Apples, there are plenty of traditionally shaped smoking pipes in the Structure series, along with freehand pipes that will be one-of-a-kind.
With each pipe being unique, these are great for collectors and always something worth displaying on your pipe stand or showing off when in use.