Abi Natur Volcano # 1036


Abi's Volcano is short and stocky, not chubby. He being an absoverent viewer of nature, noticed that most actual Volcanoes are are not high mountains - Rockies, Himalaya's, etc. but shorter and stockier, Iceland, Hawaii, Etna and more. I suspect most pipe maker like most of us have never seen an active volcano. Abi living near a few regularly active ones has. This what most of them look like. His version reflect that natures shaping. Not surprising possibly considering Abi's last name, then again that may be entirely coincidental.

Either way it's a great looking Volcano with some deep shaping & carving.  It has a clear rivulet (deep craving) around where there bowl joins the base & shank and a 1/2 rivulet behind that, that is only on the upper part of the shank. The lucite cumberland compliments the bowls staining and shape. The walls are thick at 5/8' / 15 mm. As a fellow pipe fellow put it 'there are pipes and then there are pipes".  Sitter

Measurements & Details:

Length: 5"/ 123 mm

Bowl Height: 2" / 51 mm

Bowl Depth: 1 5/8" / 41 mm

I.B.Dia: 13/16" / 20 mm

O.B.Dia: 1 5/8" / 41 mm

Weight: 2 oz / 58 gm

Stem: Lucite

Filter: None

Finish: Smooth

Briar: Calabria Bruyère 10 years aged,

Country: Montenegro