ERICA FIAMMA 316 KS
Atypical elliptical-shanked half-bent Dublin, smooth finishing
Erica Fiamma, a series produced in the Sixties, belonged to the group Fiammate which were divided as follows: Straight Grain Fiammate, subdivided in Gold, Silver, White, Erica Fiamma and Fiammetta. These pipes were selected because of their grain. Model 316 KS, an atypical Dublin bent, has a very particular conical bowl. The shank linking the bowl to the tapered stem has a triangular shape. Black vulcanite mouthpiece.
|a. Total length(mm)||145|
|b. Arch height(mm)||41|
|c. Outer diameter(mm)||44|
|d. Chimney diameter(mm)||23|
|e. Depth of the fireplace(mm)||34|
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