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Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes
Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes
Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam Lubinski Sea Foam Pipes

Bent Dublin pipe in sea foam

€131.75
  • It does not suffer burns and allows the tobacco to express its aroma to the maximum.
  • Sepiolite is neutral in smoke, perfect for aromatic blends.
  • Sea foam or sepiolite pipe.
  • Very light, it does not require running in.

Sea foam is a material generally known as the "white goddess" and its admirers particularly emphasize its rendering in classic tobacco pipes.

Sea Foam is composed of hydrated magnesium silicate (scientifically called sepiolite) found in Turkey and Tanzania.

Its origin is uncertain, but it is assumed that the calcareous water of the rivers has eroded the magnesian stones and deposited the mud formed. Possible geological changes would have determined the change in the course of the river, leaving behind, at a depth between forty and eighty meters, alluvial deposits that would then be pressed into blocks under the pressure exerted by the tectonic masses above.

While there are countless legends on the date of birth of the first pipe made from this particularly light material, on the other hand it is certain that the first European sea foam pipes were manufactured in Hungary and imported by some aristocrats in Vienna, where a sea foam processing center was developed.

Around 1870 over two hundred companies located in the Austrian capital were producing hydrated magnesium silicate pipes and the term "Vienna foam" was introduced into the pipe literature.

The best sea foam used in the processing of pipes is the block one from Turkey.

The material originating in Tanzania is geologically much younger than the Turkish one and does not give the same yield and does not even have the same truly white color as the Turkish one, extracted mainly in the region surrounding Eskisehir.

For low-priced pipes, pressed foam is also used, consisting of foam waste held together by the pressure exerted and the binder.

The lower quality consists of bulk sea foam which also consists of waste, but contrary to what has just been illustrated, they are ground into a pulp which, once water, potassium silicate and potassium salts have been added, is boiled for the purpose of processing.

Block sea foam pipes are usually made on a lathe.

At first the blocks are cut to the right size, softened in water and finally, still wet, turned and drilled and often carvings or ornaments are applied to them.

While in the past turned heads or sculpted heads were dipped in whale white, today they are dipped in lightened white wax.

Foam pipes have won over many smokers because they do not need to be broken in, do not suffer burns and allow the tobacco to retain its aroma.

Here we have a sea foam pipe with a classic curved Dublin shape, of medium size, very light and balanced.

The pipe chimney is smooth and reveals the composition of the sepiolite, which becomes even more beautiful with use.

Note the long and thin mouthpiece in juvenite, marbled amber and equipped with Teflon reinforcement for a better seal.

Each sea foam pipe 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.

The sea foam pipe is equipped with a personalized case for protection and transport.

1) width 141 mm

2) height 43 mm

3) depth 38 mm

4) chimney diameter 20 mm

5) chimney depth 35 mm

Features:

Mouthpiece in light amber marbled straw yellow iuvelite.

6 mm diameter, Teflon reinforcement, no filter.

Weight: 30 grams

Shape: Classic curved Dublin.

Finish: uniform white sea foam.

  Markings: =

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Data sheet

Raw material
Sea foam - seppiolite
Surface finish
Natural polished
Template
Bent Dublin
Pipe mouthpiece
Acrylic
Filter
No
Country of Production
Turkey
Package
Box
Type of production
Hand made, discontinuous

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