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Iafisco Pipes Dublin Free Hand smooth Italia 20

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Iafisco pipes were born in 2010 from the encounter with the great classical Anglo-Saxon tradition. In addition to revisiting the timeless original English forms, over the past few years, we have dedicated ourselves to experimenting with other perspectives. T

he solidity and robustness of the Italian school, the lively organic nature of the great Danish masters, the American industrial design in its most harmonious nuance, are the cues from which the identity of the Iafisco pipes developed. In particular, the aesthetic references in the production of freehand pipes start from the study of Italian rationalism and from details dating back to the Northern European neoclassical; as regards the classic shapes, the orientation instinctively starts from the English tradition by including games and variations on volumes and combinations of lines. From the very beginning there has always been an interest in seeking as complete a result as possible, which can guarantee the smoker not only an excellent sensory experience but also access to a particular "legacy", whose most distinctive elements are kept in the hands of great master craftsmen.

The privilege of being able to take advantage of the direct teaching of Masters such as Teddy Knudsen, Tom Eltang, Claudio Cavicchi, the Radice family, up to the most recent collaborations with Jeff Gracik, Chris Asteriou and others had great importance in extending the horizon of meaning of the pipes produced. In addition to being objects designed for tasting tobacco, they are actually tributes to a tradition and an imaginary shared by those who, in history, have been able to get excited in looking beyond the mere function of things, appreciating their ability to interpret and give us back the signs of aging.

It is important to note that in the creation of a freehand pipe the first phase consists in reading the briar: being a product of nature, the briar does not have precise and regular symmetric geometries therefore first of all we proceed to identify the arrangement and direction of the veins to understand which form to materialize. Step by step we then get to highlight the shape of the pipe originally contained in the briar log.

Exactly as a sculptor does who takes away the excess material until the finished pipe is obtained. Furthermore, it is good to have a beautiful and functional pipe, that is, that it "smokes well" the appearance of the punctures is of the utmost importance; the drilling axes of the chimney, stem and draft hole are traced in pencil, making sure that the final result allows to obtain correct alignments and installed wood thicknesses. As a last essential aspect, the processing of the stem focuses on achieving a perfect combination of comfort and functionality. The main objective is in fact to guarantee a flow of soft smoke, of the right temperature and as free of turbulence and condensation as possible.

High quality German Ebonite materials as used by the most prestigious brands.

Mimmo Romeo briar internationally known for uncompromising quality.

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The briar is carefully selected plate by plate exclusively from the first choice already made by the saw. Only plates with an extremely compact and uniform grain are taken into consideration.

Subsequently, care is taken to continue the seasoning up to a level deemed optimal: for this reason, from the moment of acquisition to the start of processing, various weighings are carried out to check an adequate level of moisture loss.

The ebonite that is used is purchased at SEM and New York Hamburg, currently recognized as the best ebonite producers in the world. This choice of supply is motivated by the fact that this ebonite has a longer duration over time.In fact, the extreme quality of the product has a much higher resistance to oxidation.

The internal mechanics (alignment between the through hole and the combustion chamber) are studied, designed and manufactured with the utmost precision to guarantee excellent usability. Each stem is worked completely by hand paying particular attention to two aspects: the cable and the tooth. The hollow of the cable has a conical shape allowing more space for the output smoke to give greater softness and aromatic complexity.

The tooth is modeled to a size never greater than 4 mm in order to be extremely comfortable without compromising durability and resistance.

In the realization, particular attention is paid to the thickness of the briar in the most critical points such as the lower part of the combustion chamber and in the insertion between the torch and the head.

A hand-dosed mixture of completely natural oils is used to finish the smooth pipes.

  • Length: 130 mm
  • Bowl height: 41 mm
  • Outside diameter: 47 mm
  • Diameter hole : 18 mm
  • Hole depth: 30 mm
  • Weight: 41 gr
  • Filter : No
  • Mouthpiece material: Ebonite
  • Shape : Dublin
  • Production year: 2020
  • Country of origin: Italy
  • Statement on the pipe: Iafisco Pipes Italia 20

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Iafisco Pipes Dublin Free Hand smooth Italia 20

Iafisco Pipes Dublin Free Hand smooth Italia 20

Iafisco pipes were born in 2010 from the encounter with the great classical Anglo-Saxon tradition. In addition to revisiting the timeless original English forms, over the past few years, we have dedicated ourselves to experimenting with other perspectives. T

he solidity and robustness of the Italian school, the lively organic nature of the great Danish masters, the American industrial design in its most harmonious nuance, are the cues from which the identity of the Iafisco pipes developed. In particular, the aesthetic references in the production of freehand pipes start from the study of Italian rationalism and from details dating back to the Northern European neoclassical; as regards the classic shapes, the orientation instinctively starts from the English tradition by including games and variations on volumes and combinations of lines. From the very beginning there has always been an interest in seeking as complete a result as possible, which can guarantee the smoker not only an excellent sensory experience but also access to a particular "legacy", whose most distinctive elements are kept in the hands of great master craftsmen.

The privilege of being able to take advantage of the direct teaching of Masters such as Teddy Knudsen, Tom Eltang, Claudio Cavicchi, the Radice family, up to the most recent collaborations with Jeff Gracik, Chris Asteriou and others had great importance in extending the horizon of meaning of the pipes produced. In addition to being objects designed for tasting tobacco, they are actually tributes to a tradition and an imaginary shared by those who, in history, have been able to get excited in looking beyond the mere function of things, appreciating their ability to interpret and give us back the signs of aging.

It is important to note that in the creation of a freehand pipe the first phase consists in reading the briar: being a product of nature, the briar does not have precise and regular symmetric geometries therefore first of all we proceed to identify the arrangement and direction of the veins to understand which form to materialize. Step by step we then get to highlight the shape of the pipe originally contained in the briar log.

Exactly as a sculptor does who takes away the excess material until the finished pipe is obtained. Furthermore, it is good to have a beautiful and functional pipe, that is, that it "smokes well" the appearance of the punctures is of the utmost importance; the drilling axes of the chimney, stem and draft hole are traced in pencil, making sure that the final result allows to obtain correct alignments and installed wood thicknesses. As a last essential aspect, the processing of the stem focuses on achieving a perfect combination of comfort and functionality. The main objective is in fact to guarantee a flow of soft smoke, of the right temperature and as free of turbulence and condensation as possible.

High quality German Ebonite materials as used by the most prestigious brands.

Mimmo Romeo briar internationally known for uncompromising quality.

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