Peterson Rustic Barrel Nickel Mounted Tobacco Pipe - PLIP

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Personally, this Peterson pipe reminds me of a fresh charred Kentucky Bourbon Barrel. The Peterson Barrel Tobacco Pipe is truly a one-of-a-kind smoking pipe. A longer vulcanite stem and lightweight briar bowl make this pipe perfect for clenching. The small bowl size allows the smoker to smoke different tobaccos on a more frequent basis. And of course, this pipe inspires the smoker to sit down with a class of Bourbon or Scotch and enjoy the craftsmanship of both pipe and drink.

Brand: Peterson

Model: Barrel

Style: Rustic

Shape: Billiard

Length: 5.63 in. / 143.00 mm.

Height: 1.61 in. / 40.89 mm.

Weight: 0.8 oz. / 22.68 g.

Bowl Depth: 1.12 in. / 28.45 mm.

Bowl Outside Diameter: 1.21 in. / 30.73 mm.

Bowl Inside Diameter: 0.70 in. / 17.78 mm.

Filter: None

Finish: Rustic

Bowl Material: Briar

Stem Material: Vulcanite

Package: Box

Country: Ireland


Band: Nickel


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3 Reviews

  • 4
    Peterson barrel

    Posted by Unknown on 29th Jun 2018

    I like the pipe but having trouble with the plip. Bad taste half way down the bowel again it may be me and making stem wet.

  • 3
    Companion Potential

    Posted by Yerna Fumpf on 14th Mar 2018

    This is a well-proportioned and attractive little barrel pipe. The red undertone is a little lurid but I'm sure it will tone down over time. The finish has a few sharp jags, but these too will doubtless soften over time. My only concern about her lifespan is that the shank is rather thin and deeply blasted, so somewhat gentle handling may be in order.

    That said, she smoked as smooth as a button from the outset.

  • 4
    A nice little pipe

    Posted by Unknown on 28th Aug 2015

    I leave this at work for times when I cannot indulge in a long smoke. Very lightweight, nice fit and finish which I would expect from Peterson.

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