Aggressive and striking in a high-contrast smooth finish, this dublin freehand estate pipe from Jim Boswell is a dramatic eye catching piece of good wood with a dense patch of plateau on the wide and thick walled rim. The deep chamber isn't too wide for virginias and is cylindrical until the slight conical taper where it meets an open draft begging to smoke the whole bowl to the very bottom no matter what tobacco is favored. In outstanding condition, this beautiful specimen may have been inspired by the popular Danish freehands, but is definitely all-American in its poised and muscular proportions.
Length: 6.13 in / 15.57 cm
Height: 2.20 in / 5.60 cm
Width: 1.71 in / 4.35 cm
Chamber Diameter: .78 in / 1.99 cm
Chamber Depth: 1.85 in / 4.70 cm
Weight: 2.07 oz / 58.59 g
Origin: United States
Stummel Material: Briar
Stem Material: Ebonite
Markings: "J. M. Boswell", "92 U.S.A."