English-inspired, this Dublin is distinguished by the conicity accentuated of its head and by its generosity in wood. The well-spaced concentric rings revealed by the sandblasting and the mahogany stain give her a lot of charm and I did not even have time to take her dimensions that she had already found her owner. The stem is handcut from a bar of German ebonite. The flock is teflon and the shank drilled at 4.2mm. The slot of the mouthpiece (carved concave) is well open in V for an optimal draw. The briar, of Italian origin, benefited at least from a year and a half of drying (I guess much more) and 1 more year and a half in my own reserve.
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