An infinite number of variations of freehand forms are possible… but when we speak of a freehand apple, it is best known for its curved lines, starting with a quite roundish stummel. In this case the teardrop profiled shank’s curvature continues with the lightly bent ebonite stem. The dark, contrasted, glossy cordovan stain is having a break at the darkened pink ivory accent, which has a copper reinforcement ring inside. Straight grain lines on the sides of this smoking pipe, emotional birdseye motives on the bottom and the top of shank.



Length: 137 mm

Weight: 47 g

Chamber Depth: 34 mm

Chamber Diameter: 20 mm

Stem: ebonite (push tenon)

Filter: none

Shape: apple

Material: briar, pink ivory, copper


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