When we looked for Comoy’s pipe recently in Internet we have discovered that many modern Comoys are produced in Denmark. That’s difficult to say something about their quality (same story is with a number of brands that has been moved there like Barling or Ben Wade) however their prices are suspiciously budgeted . Yet we still keep insisting that right Comoy’s pipes should be made in England.
Our today’s pipe is really an English one. Its shape number and overall conditions prove that it was made not earlier than in 1980s. So the pipe is relatively young and impresses with its expressive grain and golden-brown colour. Moreover the pipe was smoked perhaps once or twice: there’s still no carbonization in the bowl
The pipe markings are “СOMOY’S \ DAVID’S”, “1459”, “MADE \
IN \ LONDON \ ENGLAND” and “9R””. The length is 13.2 cm, bowl’s hight is 4.7 cm. External and internal diameters of the bowl are 3.0 cm and 1.9 cm. The depth is 3.0 cm and this pipe weights 31 gr. Briar, vulcanite stem, no filter.