Ropp Balzac 1811 sandblasted – Smoking Pipe
An unusual churchwarden pipe with a Chimney shape.
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A churchwarden pipe with a Chimney shape.
This ROPP Balzac 1811 is an elegant churchwarden pipe with a sandblasted brown finish and a vulcanite stem, named after the French novelist: Honoré de Balzac. The long stem of this elegant briar pipe is designed to take the smoke away from your eyes and allows for a cooler smoother smoke compared to a standard pipe. Not too commonly found, this churchwarden pipe with a high bowl offers a comfortable grip. You will love its vintage look.
Please note that this pipe has no filter. This Ropp Balzac 1811 is delivered in a cardboard gift box with a branded cotton drawstring dustbag.
A elegant briar pipe made in Saint-Claude, France.
Originally founded in the 19th century by Eugene-Leon Ropp, Ropp has maintained plenty of classical French style across the ages. Since 1991, Ropp pipes are made with traditional technics in the workshops of Chapuis-Comoy & Cie, in Saint-Claude, France.