Freehand churchwarden pipe made with the finest materials, its superior quality is marked by the crown stamp.
The bowl, made of flamed Tuscanian briar, comes from a selected “straight grain” piece of very high quality; as in all freehand pipes, it was the grain pattern that suggested its shape during the construction, giving birth to a particularly harmonious result. On the back of the bowl, part of the natural crust of the plateau of erica arborea has been left.
The long stem is made of precious prunus wood, at the end of which there is an Elforyn mouthpiece, a synthetic foodsafe material, the absolutly most faithful imitation of ivory. Between the stem and the bowl there is a ring in “vegetable ivory” (tagua nut). Black mother-of-pearl from Thaiti guide the correct alignment of stem and bowl.
No stain has been used, to better appreciate the natural beauty of the materials used.
Lenght: 35 cm
Chamber: diameter 2,2 cm, deep 3,5 cm
Finish: carnauba wax
The stem is detachable for easy cleaning, the tenon is made of delrin.
Soft fabric bag and alder wood stand included.
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