The Peterson aesthetic really is the definition of masculinity, giving us shapes that don’t really need to flaunt or distract your gaze with superficial stains and textures, or experimental augmented shapes whose novelty may loose their luster in the years to come. Case and point, the “106” - this one, in particular, coming to us completely unsmoked. A very English oriented Billiard, the shape’s design is touched with that Italian robustness known so well to the brand. Ample briar is packed into the shank and girth of the bowl, which, of course, leads to a more generous chamber. A sterling silver spigot stands as a strong, utilitarian accent, contrasting the classically conservative burnt sienna stain, and reinforcing its bold lines.