Historically speaking, we have always titled this Ardor form as a "bent Dublin". Piffle. Most any carver or company that does a variation of a "Dublash", and most will follow the convention of mirroring the angles found in the bowl within the execution of the shank. The Roveras aren't most any carver, and Ardor isn't most any company, and this liberally sized Calabash features an hourglass of a bowl that's paired with an unexpectedly, consistently tapering round shank (ok, just enough panel on the dead bottom to aid in the sitting feature).
--R. 'Bear' Graves