|Lenght :||17 cm / 6,7 in|
|Height :||4,85 cm / 1,91 in|
|Outside Diameter :||3,87 cm / 1,53 in|
|Chamber Diameter :||2,12 cm / 0,84 in|
|Chamber Depth :||4,35 cm / 1,72 in|
|Bit Thickness before the button :||0 mm / 0 in|
|Button Thickness :||0 mm / 0 in|
|Bit Width before the button :||0 mm / 0 in|
|Filter :||No Filter|
|Weight :||40 gr / 1,42 oz|
|François Dal – HM16|
What a pleasure to carve a briar that has no defects, but on the contrary, reveals a pure and luminous flame! One could question the authenticity of the Belge shape on this model, since the tulip shape of the bowl is not so marked, but let’s say it is a revisited Belge. I chose to add a sand cumberland stem, which combines a bit originality and sobriety so as not to shade the stummel that captures all the attention. The slot of the mouthpiece is well open in V for an optimal draw. The briar, of Tuscan origin, benefited from a year and a half of drying.
|Matière du tuyau||
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