Falcon classic pipe, aluminum base, two smooth briar heads, nylon mouthpiece and dry ring.
The Falcon pipes were designed by Kenley Bugg of Fort Wayne, Indiana, America in 1936.
The peculiarity of this pipe is its construction in separate pieces.
The base of the Falcon pipe, composed of the torch and the base of the head, is in metal while the head that is screwed on the base is made of classic briar, the mouthpiece is instead in nylon, in perfect English style.
Bugg wanted to create a light pipe that smoked fresh constantly.
He created a pipe made from parts that can be separated from each other, with an aluminum base that held condensation, a nylon mouthpiece and interchangeable briar heads in the same pipe.
Note how the metal pipe of the pipe is constructed.
An open construction that allows to dissipate the heat of the smoke and condense the water in the brush.
The smoke is fresh and dry.
FALCON'S PIPE IS FASHIONED FOR THE TOBACCO ENTHUSIAST WHO INSISTS HANDLING ONLY THE FINEST CRAFTSMANSHIP.
MADE IN UNITED KINKDOM, THE PIPE WILL PROVIDE GENUINE ENJOYMENT FOR YEARS TO COME.
1) width 140 mm
2) height 40 mm
3) depth 38 mm
4) 20 mm chimney diameter
5) fireplace depth 25 mm
Mouthpiece in black naylon and white Falcon lozenge.
5 mm mouthpiece diameter.
Shape: classic bent.
Weight: 33 grams
Finish: metal base, briarwood head
Stamping: Falcon Made in England.
Package content: straight metal base, 1 dark root, 1 briar root, brushes, dry rings.