Very light churchwarden freehand pipe with a bamboo extension sank. Amazing flames in both sides, birdeyes in front and natural briar skin behind.
Black ebonite stem, without filter.
Spanish briarwood from the forest hills near the Mediterranean sea, in Barcelona.
We sign all pipes with our trade mark brand: a little circle piece of “antalis” (a genus of tusk shell) and Mediterranean red coral inside.
This pipe reminds me to:
The purple heron (ardea purpurea) a wading bird in the heron family, Ardeidae. Its flight is slow with the neck retracted and the legs extending a long way behind the tail. It often adopts a posture with its neck extending obliquely, and even nestlings tend to use this stance.