We received a Jorgen Nielsen Dublin a week or two ago that was the near identical twin to this piece, and I have to say, it's even better the second time. The difference in this pipe lays in the somewhat deeper bend in shank and stem, which makes for a more gracefully flowing gesture. Compositionally, I believe this to be stronger because of certain subtleties in the form that create a unity throughout. The paneled hull (absent from the former), for instance, mimics the single cantle in the saddle stem, leading the eye along the shank. You'll also notice that the stem rises above the bowl, which normally wouldn't work, if not for the alignment of the cantle with the very top of the rim - again leading the eye around in an inverted triangle composition. Another harmonizer is the unique cumberland, showing a single huge whirlpool pattern I've never before seen, which complements the flame grain and birdseye very well, making for one very comprehensively designed piece.