In a private collection
During last years gentlemen from Savinelly have been offering offer own version of this brand. As for us, the pipes are very ordinary but the stems with an elaborate mosaic could be of an interest.
We saw also not very sophisticated freehand pipes marked additionally
"DANISH LINE", "HANDMADE IN DENMARK". There was a rumor that these pipes were ordered by GBD, but we didn't find any confirmation. Moreover our todays example shows that GBD marked their "Prince" pipes responsibly and meticulously, including proper shape numbers.
So there's a live example of the third version of the "Prince of Wales" made by GBD. We should admit the great quality of briar, its very nice grain and quite unusual shape. We even had a doubt how to name it. But recently we did restore a Comoy's Guildhall with exactly the same shape. Comoy's stamped the number 624 on that pipe and according to the Comoy's catalogues it's a "modern poker".
The pipe markings are "PRINCE OF WALES \ ENGLISH PIPE \ A (GBD) PRODUCT \ LONDON ENGLAND \ 8555". The length is 14.0 cm, bowl's hight is 4.7 cm. External and internal diameters of the bowl are 3.4 cm and 2.0 cm. The depth is 4.1 cm and this pipe weights 41 gr. Briar, vulcanite stem, no filter.