We begin our promotion of french pipes from this compact, lightweight and say a “pocket” pipe collected in 2011 from a nice pipe shop in Amsterdam. It was the autumn, swans floated in warm channels. Despite the storm alert in the city we spent a good time in the shop discussing topics such as “Big Ben has stopped doing bad pipes” and spending money for pipes and tobacco.
From that time the pipe hasn’t been smoked too much. And since the Big Ben’s apple bought at the same time was subjectively more preferred, it was decided to share this piece of Amsterdam with you, our dear customers.
The pipe markings are “Butz-Choquin \ MIGNON \ FILTER9” and “STCLAUDE \ FRANCE \ 1564”. The lenghts is 11.0 cm, bowl’s hight is 3.8 cm. External and internal diameters of this bowl are 3.8 cm and 1.8 cm. The depth is 3.0 cm and this pipe weights 33 gr. Briar, vulcanite stem, 9 mm filter.