What better way to pay tribute to one of fiction's most notorious villains than an '01' bent Pot from Peterson, which truly speaks to the Irish firm's motif perhaps better than any other shape. The cauldron-esque bowl is covered with a craggy, black rustication, producing a wide chamber while still maintaining plenty of briar in the walls. To carry on the congruency of the robust form, Peterson employs their trademark tubular shank that renders not only a sturdy composition, but also one that has a certain flow to its unique design. The shank is banded in bright nickle, elegantly engraved in Gothic font with the name "Dracula", surrounded by a host of bats. The stem is, of course, bathed in a blood red hue, with cell-like designs seemingly floating by.