Peterson Shannon smoking pipe is a part of the Peterson Pipe smoking tobacco pipe product line, which is known for its superior quality and refined taste. The Peterson Shannon smoking pipe is typical of the elegance that Peterson smoking tobacco pipes usually have to offer.
The Peterson Shannon tobacco pipe has a vulcanite stem, with a fishtail mouthpiece that makes the Peterson Shannon smoking pipe extremely easy to break in. The different models of the Peterson Shannon smoking pipe all vary in detail, which is either in the finish, the feel or the stem of the smoking tobacco pipe.
The Peterson Shannon smoking pipes weigh in at 1.80 ounces, which upon conversion come to fifty two grams. It is 5.27 inches long, which upon conversion becomes 133.90 mm. The total length of the bowl is 1.94 inches, which becomes 49.36 mm upon conversion.
The chamber of the Peterson Shannon tobacco pipe is 79 inches in diameter, which becomes 19.97mm upon conversion. The chamber of the Peterson Shannon smoking pipe is 1.50 inches, which is 38.03 mm upon conversion. The stem is made of Calabash Stem materiel. Peterson Shannon pipes do not have a filter.
The Peterson Shannon smoking pipe has a bent pot, and is made from the finest Briar available. They have a rustic finish, which adds a touch of old world elegance to the Peterson Smoking pipe. The Peterson Shannon smoking pipe has a tapered stem which adds more comfort while handling and in use.
The Peterson Shannon tobacco pipe is a representation of class and prestige. The sophistication of the rustic finish, complete with the bowl and the shank has led to the inspiration for the many artistically carved pipes in the Peterson Shannon line. The Peterson Shannon smoking pipe is a status symbol on its own and can easily be the mark of a true gentleman.
The Peterson Shannon smoking pipe has made its mark in the world, with its quality and fine craftsmanship with pipe smokers worldwide. Created by Peterson of Dublin, Ireland, they have established themselves as a hallmark of quality that produce their smoking pipes with the best materials available.
Some models of the Peterson Shannon tobacco pipes come in the unique to Peterson p-lip mouthpiece with the pipes that have a straight stem. Some of these pipes also have a smooth finish to give them a more modern outlook.
The P-lip in the Peterson Shannon is now known as the standard Peterson shape. It was created a while after Peterson of Dublin was established in 1898. The P-lip functions to direct the smoke upwards, away from the tongue. This enhancement considerably decreased the chances of the smoker accidentally biting their tongue while smoking the Peterson Shannon pipe. This feature works as the mouthpiece allows the tongue to rest in the indentation situated beneath the opening of the mouthpiece.
The entire product line under the Peterson Shannon tobacco pipes is available at www.TobaccoPipes.com for purchase, so that you can have the optimal tobacco smoking experience that you expect from the Peterson Shannon tobacco pipes.