Abi Natur Dublin Lumberjack # 1034


Abi's naming this superb pipe tells us much about his imagination. The Dublin is an Irish originated shape while the pipe has a very keel like shank and stem. As Dublin & every other Irish city was founded by Vikings (think longboats), who stayed. It fuses two shared cultures history in his imagination. Perfect two point sitter. The lumberjack part I think may refer to the Vikings  rulers cutting down trees to build their longships. 

The shape itself is a Dublin bowl with a sort of ring/collar descends from the shank to form a rest under the bowl from whence the triangulated botton is the keel. The collar & keel make this a perfect sitter.  In master pipe maker Abi's hands it works exceedingly.  

Measurements & Details:

Length: 6.05" /  154 mm

Bowl Height: 2"/ 51 mm

 Bowl Depth:  1 1/8" / 54 mm

I.B. Dia: 13/16" / 20 mm

O.B. Dia: 1 3/4" / 44 mm

Weight: 2.35 oz / 67 gm

Stem: Vulcanite

Filter: None

Finish: Smooth

Briar: Italian Ligurian 

Country: Montenegro