Typically, in the comparison between Italian and English renditions of the classics, the larger, bolder, and particularly broader bowls of the former are brought up as a major identifying point. Here Caminetto's tossed that. This bent Dublin's bowl is barely a hair wider at the rim than that of my own Group 5 Dunhill Dublin; what it is is a good deal taller though. And the transition and lower bowl are both actually lighter, more gradual and graceful.
- Eric N. Squires