The Brebbia Naif line of tobacco pipes is another MPB production, meaning it is one of the older lines they produce. The MPB line actually started before the Brebbia company was founded.
For a period of six years, from 1947 until the start of Brebbie in 1953, founder Enea Buzzi worked for his cousin Achille Savinelli at their grandfather's company, producing high quality smoking pipes, where Buzzi eventually earned the right to have a stamp on the pipes he made. The stamp was the MPB, "Manifatture Pipe Brebbia," that remains on some of the tobacco pipes that Brebbia produces today.
Coming in a Bent Dublin shape, you will find that the Naif line from Brebbia honors the old, traditional shapes with a new age flair, exactly how Buzzi would have done it when he created the MPB stamped tobacco pipes.
These pipes are sure to be great collector's pieces, and as long as you treat them well, they will last a lifetime and more. Be sure to have something you can pass down to your children and their children after them. Get a Brebbia Naif tobacco pipe.