The Chacom pipe factory was founded in Saint-Claude (France) in the early nineteenth century by the Comoy family.
Chacom is still today among the best known brands of French heather pipes and producer, among other models, of the famous Chacom-Maigret pipe.
Commissioner Maigret is a literary character born from the imagination of the writer George Simenon.
Lover of good food and good drinking, Commissioner Maigret was an excellent pipe smoker, and it is precisely to him that Chacom addresses himself, creating a limited series of pipes in three different finishes.
Here we present the limited edition fossil briar Chacom Maigret billiard 1201.
Classic pipe, a billiard, straight, with a natural finish, which allows you to appreciate the beautiful flame of the fossil wood root.
The colors, the tactile sensation and the balance of this Chacom pipe will conquer you.
Mouthpiece methacrylate done by hand, silver band, this pipe gives long and excellent smoke thanks to the sweetness of fossil briar.
The Chacom Maigret billiard 1201 gives intense fumes, loaded with perfumes, because the fossil briar does not release perfumes and humidity.
The Maigret pipe is certainly suitable to be held in the hand while watching a nice detective film or during a nice reading, therefore at home smoking because of the generous size.
Pipe Chacom has managed to embody the essence of Commissioner Maigret.
CHACOM ’S PIPE IS FASHIONED FOR THE TOBACCO ENTHUSIAST WHO INSISTS HANDLING ONLY THE FINEST CRAFTSMANSHIP.
MADE IN FRANCE OF BRIAR ROOT, THE PIPE WILL PROVIDE GENUINE ENJOYMENT FOR YEARS TO COME.
1) width 120 mm
2) height 58 mm
3) depth 44 mm
4) chimney diameter 20 mm
5) fireplace depth 53 mm
Mouthpiece in black methacrylate and lozenge Chacom. Silver ring 9 mm.
Mouthpiece diameter 8 mm. No filter.
Form: billiard 1201.
Weight: 62 grams
Finish: fossil briar.
Markings: Chacom, Maigret, 1201, made in France.