Pipes - François Dal | Ring Grain 1/8e bent Brandy, Cumberland & Horn
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Ring Grain 1/8e bent Brandy, Cumberland & Horn

280.00$

Lenght : 13,1 cm / 5,16 in
Height : 4,56 cm / 1,8 in
Outside Diameter : 3,82 cm / 1,51 in
Chamber Diameter : 1,96 cm / 0,78 in
Chamber Depth : 3,92 cm / 1,55 in
Bit Thickness before the button : 4 mm / 0,158 in
Button Thickness : 6,9 mm / 0,272 in
Bit Width before the button : 16,8 mm / 0,662 in
Filter : None
Weight : 27 gr / 0,96 oz
Cleaner Test : Yes
Stamping :
François Dal – Handmade 2021 – (on stem) δ

 

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Here is another model that I could have kept for myself so much it fits to my preferred criteria : light, a ring grain yet tortuous & well marked sandblasting, nor straight, neither bent, a group 3 chamber, brief, I won’t hide that it pleases me, a lot! The shape is a bit random, fruit of accident and inspiration, but is mainly related to a Brandy.   The stummel is stained in a nice tawny/havana color and the shank is adorned with cumberland washers and horn extension.  The stem is made from a german quality ebonite rod (NYH).  The flock is in teflon and the rod drilled at 4.2mm. The slot of the mouthpiece (cut concave) is well open in V for an optimal draw.  The briar, of Tuscan origin, has benefited from a year and a half of drying at the supplier and an additional 5 years in my reserve.

Finition

Sandblasted

Matière du tuyau

Cumberland

Pays

Belgium

Forme

Brandy

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