Cutty pipe – a classy tribute to the ancient churchwarden pipes
I wanted to make a tribute to the first american clay pipes form XVII sec, adding some elegant touches. This pipe has the bowl made of tuscanian briar, lightly sandblasted to show the rings around it. The plateau is left on the rim, around a thin line, while part of the inside is polished, to give a beautifully-broken look.
The stem is made of ancient bog oak, with an insert made of stabilized apulian olive wood burl. The mouthpiece (fixed to the stem) is made of grey acrylic and it has a fishtail shape.
The fine maerials and the details make this pipe deserve a crown stamp near the logo.
Bowl: briar from Tuscany
Stem: bog oak with grey acylic fishtail mouthpiece and apulian olive wood burl and maple insert
Alignment dots: abalone
Total lenght: 29 cm
Chamber diameter: 1,9 cm
Chamber depth: 4 cm
Soft bag included