Rinaldo pipes are a relatively new company in the pipe smoking world.
Elio and Guido Rinaldo, two brothers from Pesaro, Italy, started carving smoking pipes as teenagers in the 1970s. After apprenticing with some more well known pipe making companies, the duo banded together to form their own business in 1987. After earning a reputation for their high quality smoking pipes, the Rinaldo brothers still hand carved their product today. The Rinaldo history is one of the more interesting stories to learn.
Tobacco pipes from Rinaldo are made with fine Mediterranean briar and feature acrylic stems. Their pipes are known for having a comfortable mouthpiece and delivering a superior smoking experience.
The two Rinaldo brothers work in harmony together, carving about 1,500 pipes each year. Since they are the only carvers in the company, this is the limit of their output. That rarity certainly helps with collectors, and you should make sure that you take the opportunity to gather your own smoking pipe so you can enjoy something that has so obviously been crafted with passion and care. When it comes to hand carved Italian pipes, few do it so masterfully while still falling into an affordable price range for the average pipe smoker.
Featuring their own rating system, from one to four Ys, the Rinaldo brothers make sure that if you get any of their smoking pipes, you will be getting a great pipe, with an excellent look. You will always be sure of the high end production because of their handmade quality. The precision and care put into a Rinaldo pipe by both Elio and Guido are second to none. As such a relatively young Italian pipe company, the future is undoubtedly bright for Rinaldo Pipes.
Shop our selection of tobacco pipes from Rinaldo, and you will see why these brothers have been the talk of smoking enthusiasts for years.