Pipes - François Dal | Danish Freehand Slightly Bent, Boxwood & Ebonite
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Danish Freehand Slightly Bent, Boxwood & Ebonite


Lenght : 13,6 cm / 5,36 in
Height : 51,8 cm / 20,4 in
Outside Diameter : 4,07 cm / 1,61 in
Chamber Diameter : 2 cm / 0,79 in
Chamber Depth : 4 cm / 1,58 in
Bit Thickness before the button : 4,35 mm / 0,172 in
Button Thickness : 6,75 mm / 0,266 in
Bit Width before the button : 16,7 mm / 0,658 in
Filter : None
Weight : 52 gr / 1,84 oz
Cleaner Test : No
Stamping :
François Dal – Handmade 2020 – (on stem) δ


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I had a plateau of old briar started in the workshop and a bubbly comrade who passed that day had immediately felt in love on the rough shape. After a long period of inactivity, I was finally able to finish it recently and it was a pleasure to realize that the wait had not started an iota the desire of the comrade.
So this is an ‘Egg’ shape, half-curved of Danish inspiration. The present model reveals a slightly chaotic flame, and the finish is stained with a ‘chocolate’ color to bring out the contrasts. The end of the shank is adorned with a double disc of cumberland and boxwood, while the stem is made of German ebonite with the color ‘Prussian Blue’. The floc is in teflon and the shank drilled at 4.2mm. The slot of the mouthpiece (concave cut) is well open in V for an optimal draw. The briar, very old, comes from the reserve of the retired pipemaker David Enrique, who had himself chosen them from Marco Biagini, and David was able to estimate its age at 25 years minimum.



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