Dunhill pipes are graded according to the luck of the draw. While an artisan can shape a straight grain out of a block quite often, and charge a nice price for it, Dunhill pipes are turned on machines, so they rarely get straight grain bowls. When they do, it'll set you back thousands (sometimes tens of thousands) of dollars. The grain on this bowl is very lovely on the right side, but nearly bald on the left. I'm a little surprised this wasn't stained and stamped Bruyere, but someone decided to show off that right side with this stain.