In the XX century Ropp was for French smokers the same as Dunhill for English people or Peterson for Irishmen – a synonym to the “smoking pipe” concept . Though Ropp was one of the first makers who started to use briar, their affordable and unique cherry wood pipes remain popular, collectable and pleasantly enjoyed. This time we’re glad to offer an extra large Ropp cherrywood pipe.
Pipe markings “(ROPP) \ DE LUXE \ MADE IN FRANCE”
Length 34 cm (13.4″)
Bowl Height 8.0 cm (3.15″)
Outside Dimension 5.5 x 5.2 cm (2.16 x 2.05″)
Chamber Diameter 2.2 cm (0.87″)
Chamber Depth 6.2 cm (2.44″)
Weight 176 gr.
Cherrywood, vulcanite stem, no filter.
The pipe was accurately smoked, it has been thoroughly cleaned, polished, sanitized and now is ready for a new life. There’s a very small (less than a 1 mm) gap between the stem and the shank, but everything sits properly and reliably.