The Peterson Ashford Army tobacco pipe line with silver ring is the best known and most representative line in the Peterson of Doublin production.
Peterson Ashford Army dark root with silver ring is always elegant and trendy, an immortal pipe, a symbol.
The Irishman Charles Peterson began producing briar pipes and in 1890 discovered the famous reservoir system.
It is a tank in the torch under the head that has the task of keeping the tobacco dry.
All the humidity - this is the goal - is conveyed into the tank.
Peterson's pipes, made personally and exclusively by hand, are the result of a long and patient processing at the headquarters in the south of Dublin, where one of the world's oldest pipe factories is located: the Peterson of Dublin.
Characteristic of the Peterson Ashford Army pipes is the classic, harmonious form, elegance and practicality.
Peterson Ashford Army pipes are carved in the most selected and valuable briarwood and embellished with a silver ring.
The curved design should be noted in this Oom Paul or Hungarian model, and the torch is very vertical at the stove.
The Peterson Hungarian model pipe is very balanced and can be kept in the mouth without getting tired.
The briar is enhanced by an 11 mm silver ring engraved with the Peterson brands.
Each pipe of Peterson of Dublin is a unique and unrepeatable piece and the photos you see portray this exclusive pipe, the same, once purchased, will be removed from the catalog.
If you need more detailed photos, we will be happy to send them to you.
PETERSON'S PIPE IS FASHIONED FOR THE TOBACCO ENTHUSIAST WHO INSISTS HANDLING ONLY THE FINEST CRAFTSMANSHIP.
MADE IN IRELAND OF BRIAR ROOT, THE PIPE WILL PROVIDES GENUINE ENJOYMENT FOR YEARS TO HOW.
1) width 127 mm
2) height 50 mm
3) depth 35 mm
4) chimney diameter 20 mm
5) chimney depth 43 mm
Mouthpiece: 11 mm diameter, no filter.
Mouthpiece in marbled methacrylate and 926 silver ferrule marked Peterson of Doublin silver sterling and punches.
Weight: 61 grams
Shape: Hungarian / Oom Paul
Finishing: glossy dark root.
Marking: Peterson Ashford XLII