|Lenght :||17,1 cm / 6,74 in|
|Height :||4,9 cm / 1,93 in|
|Outside Diameter :||3,73 cm / 1,47 in|
|Chamber Diameter :||2,05 cm / 0,81 in|
|Chamber Depth :||4,25 cm / 1,68 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 :||39 gr / 1,38 oz|
|François Dal – HM16|
The ‘virgin’ or natural finish is undoubtedly the most difficult to deliver because the briar may show no natural defect, no fault or sandpit. I had to exclude 4 plateaus before I could finish this slightly canted Belge. The result is pleasing to the eye, the not so deep sandblast highlights the ring grain. Two brass rings make the transition between the briar and the cumberland handcut stem. 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 Tuscan origin, benefited from a year and a half of drying.
|Matière du tuyau||
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