A very interesting finding: the Brixton series is not represented in available Redman’s catalogues. The pipe was made in the 1960-70s the most probably: the stamping “John Redman” (in script) is not typical for early Redman products. Also we’d like to draw your attention to the shape: it’s not a simple bent pipe, but some interim form between a classic shape and a freehand! A very special creature!
The pipe markings (quite worn) are “BRIXTON \ LONDON MADE”, “John Redman”, “910”. The length is 14.6 cm (5.75″), bowl’s height is 5.3 cm (2.09″). External diameter of the bowl is 4.4 cm (1.73″), internal diameter is 2.1 cm (0.83″). The depth is 3.9 cm (1.54″) and this pipe weights 64 gr. Briar, vulcanite stem, no filter. The bowl had a few chips and factory fills which were carefully and reliably patched during the restoration.