This “Paneled Dublin” is a one-of-a-kind pipe by our in-house pipe maker Todd Brugman. Brugman is know for his unique style that is highly influenced by neo-classical Italian shaping cues and Danish Minimalism, yet harkens a timeless aesthetic.
With this particular pipe Brugman chose various traditional English shapes and attributes, and put them together, making a duckbilled-paltopus of a shape, yet the entire composition flows seamlessly with a classic look.
This pipe has a more muscular silhouette than most of what Brugman makes, yet still carries a level of sophistication. This pipe showcases Brugman’s interpretation of neo-classical pipe making cues, as well as his ability to make a new and unique shape with a timeless aesthetic.
Brugman used genuine ox horn for the stem mount, and it gives a sense of American, something found in much of Brugmans work. The stem is traditional Cumberland, and despite the combination of materials and colors, it doesn’t get busy at all, and feels quite clean and sleek.
Straight grain surrounds the bowl and each of the four sides and the corners. The grain is brought out by a nice medium walnut stain.
The length and weight make this an easy pipe to smoke.
Perfectly drilled and engineered, this pipe is as much a precision instrument as it is a work of art.
5 1/2″ long with a 2″ tall bowl. 42 Grams