DANTE N° 116
Half-bent Brandy, sandblasted dark brown finishing.
Father of the Italian language, political theorist and philosopher, Dante Alighieri was born in 1265 and died in September 1321 at the age of 56 in Ravenna, where he lived in exile. In addition to the Divine Comedy, which is considered one of the greatest masterpieces of world literature and was written in "vulgar" Italian language to be comprehensible to everyone, he wrote other works such as the Convivio, De Monarchia and De vulgari eloquentia. To celebrate the anniversary of his death of 700 years ago, we have produced 700 numbered pipes, sandblasted dark brown finishing, with black acrylic stem in unique model: a half-bent Brandy. The pipe is embellished with a silver Dante figure, placed at the top of the shank. This pipe is the number 116.
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