While the L-turn of the bowl rising from a short shank is a signature of industrial/pipe/ briar, employing an oval shape in the latter (rather than simply a twin of the bowl, writ small) isn’t, nor is a subtle sense that one is looking at factory artifact from the late 19th century to be found in other interpretations. Back to the first sentence: I like this bent Dublin.
--R. ‘Bear’ Graves
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