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Butz-Choquin Pipes (120)

Profile Bowl (Inner)
Depth Bowl
French pipes with some surprising finishes.
Pipe Butz-Choquin Soleil Grey
Pipe Butz-Choquin Camouflage 1771
Pipe Butz-Choquin Flamme Extra
Pipe Butz-Choquin Prestige 1809
Pipe Butz-Choquin Flamme Major extra
Pipe Butz-Choquin Cherry & Wood
Pipe Butz-Choquin Paco D
Pipe Butz-Choquin Chantilly 1603
Pipe Butz-Choquin Rhea Red 2704
Pipe Butz-Choquin Ring Grain
Pipe Butz-Choquin Panthere 1422 Brown
Pipe Butz-Choquin Compagnon 2155
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Butz-Choquin Pipes

In 1858, tobacco merchant Jean-Baptiste Choquin produced his first pipe in collaboration with his son-in-law Gustave Butz. This was partially made of an albatross bone and decorated with silver rings. In 1858 their pipe factory was founded in Metz, named Butz-Choquin.
In 1951 the brand name was taken over by Berrod-Regad, which moved the production to the famous French pipe town of Saint-Claud. They breathed new life into the brand and the pipes were also exported worldwide. The name BC got more shine and grew in a few years from 10 to 70 series. Since 2002, many new models and variants have been brought to market under the management of Fabien Guichon.