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Shropshire craftsman, 24, among last clay pipe-makers

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Oliver Meeson specialises in making 19th Century tobacco pipes. The 24-year-old has been making clay pipes for about four years. The Heritage Crafts Association has added the craft to its red list of endangered skills. He will be demonstrating his work at Broseley Pipeworks, in Telford.
2 months ago·Telford, United Kingdom

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