|Lenght :||17,9 cm / 7,05 in|
|Height :||5,37 cm / 2,12 in|
|Outside Diameter :||3,57 cm / 1,41 in|
|Chamber Diameter :||2,08 cm / 0,82 in|
|Chamber Depth :||4,3 cm / 1,7 in|
|Bit Thickness before the button :||4,15 mm / 0,164 in|
|Button Thickness :||6,2 mm / 0,245 in|
|Bit Width before the button :||17,2 mm / 0,678 in|
|Weight :||38 gr / 1,35 oz|
|Cleaner Test :||Yes|
|François Dal – Handmade 2017 – (on stem) δ|
It is never easy to determine with certainty the shape of certain models, especially for Belgian and cutty. This one being long enough, with rims parallel to the shank’s axis, I consider it a Belgian. Sandblasting reveals very tight rings, a sign of briar growing in arid conditions. The long shank is supported at its end by an old silver ring and mounted with a colored ebonite stem (cumberland) of Prussian Blue color. The flock is teflon and the shank drilled at 4.2mm. The slot of the mouthpiece is well open in V for an optimal draw. The briar, of Corsican origin, benefited at least from a year (I guess much more) and a half of drying and 7 more months in my own reserve.
|Matière du tuyau||
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