|Lenght :||15,5 cm / 6,11 in|
|Height :||4,96 cm / 1,96 in|
|Outside Diameter :||3,01 cm / 1,19 in|
|Chamber Diameter :||1,81 cm / 0,72 in|
|Chamber Depth :||4,45 cm / 1,76 in|
|Bit Thickness before the button :||3,8 mm / 0,15 in|
|Button Thickness :||5,7 mm / 0,225 in|
|Bit Width before the button :||15 mm / 0,591 in|
|Weight :||32 gr / 1,13 oz|
|Cleaner Test :||Yes|
|François Dal – Handmade 2018 – (on stem) δ|
Here is a small Chimney made in a very old sketch, probably over 50 years! I wanted to try this shape and if the briar is not perfect (two sandpits are visible in the photos), it is pretty in its natural waxed finish and, above all, the shape seems to me balanced and elegant. The end of the shank is adorned with an old chiseled ferrule, such as was once seen on old meerschaum pipes. The stem is hand-cut from a German grade (NYH) colored ebonite bar (green / black). The floc is teflon and the shank drilled at 4.2mm. The slot of the mouthpiece, cut concave, is well opened in V for an optimal draw. The briar, acquired in Saint-Claude but of unknown origin, is very old, probably more than 50 years old.
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