Semi-bent cornet with long tapered stem. Smooth finishing
Churchwarden is a pipe of many virtues. Thanks to the long section to go through, the smoke has all the necessary time to burn off the heat giving a very fresh smoke which no other standard pipe can offer. It is also very easy to smoke while busy in activities like reading or watching Tv. That's why it is sometime referred to as "reading pipe" or "armchair pipe". Thanks to the long acrylic tapered stem it is not necessary to raise your hand to take the pipe to your mouth. This feature makes the smoke particularly relaxing and comforting. Here Churchwarden 404 has a smooth, walnut colour finishing. Model 404 is a very particular model known in Italy with the name cornet, while abroad is called Zulu or Woodstock. The burning chamber is a typical conical Dublin, the shank is very thin with an elliptical shape. Churchwarden series is not arranged for any filtering system having an inside 3mm hole.
|a. Total length(mm)||265|
|b. Arch height(mm)||47|
|c. Outer diameter(mm)||35|
|d. Chimney diameter(mm)||20|
|e. Depth of the fireplace(mm)||38|
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