The Dublin Castle line helps to satisfy our appetite for Peterson's esteemed sandblasts. This series takes its name from the Dublin Castle commissioned originally by King John of England in 1204. Today one tower survives from the original Norman castle. Like the stones of the ancient castle the briar displays its age through a well executed sandblasted finished in a dark walnut stain. The "03" is a lovely jaw hanger, with decent sized chamber, and cinching the end of the shank with a band of hallmarked sterling silver.
- Chris Johnson