Rinaldo pipes nomenclature is easy to decipher once you know a few basics: "Triade" is simply the stain, being either a smooth blond or walnut. The grading system begins with a single "Y", and "YYYY" is as high in quality as one could go, before moving into "Fiammata" of course. As you can see, this piece is obviously of the brand's best stock, the flame grain quite straight and uniform, soaked with a warm, contrast stain; however, I assure you, its beauty goes straight to the bone. With trumpeting masculinity, this big and muscular Dublin retains a spring of elegance in the smooth and effortless, strong swoop of its gesture. With its large, capacious chamber enveloped by a silky-smooth bowl, it's no slouch in hand, offering a light and natural feel.