Chacom New Gentleman 1821 – Short Briar Pipe
An elegant short pipe for a gentleman !
1 in stock
An elegant short pipe with a contrasted finish.
This Chacom New Gentleman 1821 is a short and bent pipe with a contrasted finish, a corozo ring and a black vulcanite stem. Not only elegant, this briar pipe with a “sitter” shape is really practical. Thanks to its flat bottom, it can stand own this own (no pipe stand requested). Lightweight, this short pipe offers also a comfortable mouth feel. It features with a re-usable metal filter system (also called a condensing filter) that can be unscrewed for easy cleaning. Finally, this pocket-friendly briar pipe has also a fairly substantial wall thickness to prevent the overheating.
A traditional briar pipe made in Saint-Claude, France.
This Chacom New Gentleman 1821 is made in Chapuis-Comoy & cie workshops by a team of creative diehards which preserve traditional processes and pipemaking techniques. This briar pipe will be delivered in a branded cardboard gift box with a cotton bag. Please note: these pictures are taken from a random selection of this pipe model in our stocks.