Abi Natur Carrack # 1041 *New*


If anything it reminds me of a  'Carrack' the 15-16th Century - 2-3 mast - sailing ship often used as a fast warship or for more mundane cargo. It just seems to be cutting through briny sea sails up and hull down. Albeit, some might find the bowl & shank more akin to a Danish pickaxe.

In either case is a beautifuly shaped pipe with is unique front and back of the bowl having the same angle and the rim is on parallel to the shank. Yet, overall the pipe has a more rounded look than angular. An example of Abi's skill with shapes in his mind's eye and bringing them to life. It is a perfect sitter on it's flat bottom.

Measurements & Details:

Length: 7" /  175 mm

Bowl Height: 2"/ 51 mm

Bowl Depth:  1 3/8 / 35 mm

I.B. Dia: 13/16" / 20 mm

O.B. Dia: 1 1/2" / 38 mm

Weight: 2.1 oz / 60 gm

Stem: Vulcanite

Filter: None

Finish: Smooth

Briar: Italian Ligurian 

Country: Montenegro