Now my friends, you have certainly seen the full capacity of Savinelli's pipe making ability. Behold this Autograph Dublin, the abyssal chamber protected by an paneled enclosure of briar that might be able to withstand a full-scale Hun invasion. The styling, as you obviously can see, is powerfully masculine, fully embracing its Italian heritage through proportional extremes. When gripped, not only will your hand undoubtedly be pleased by its sheer heft, but also tactically entertained by the light concave paneling. The piece sits so contently too, reclining back onto its distinctly square shank, balanced by its black vulcanite stem.
The grain in this Dublin is immaculate, but that is to be expected in an Autograph; the 18k gold accent, however, is quite unexpected, as this will be the first Autograph we've ever received from Savinelli so accented to grace our archives. With an expert eye, the artisan lent the accent a light fraying of the edges, creating the kind of delicacy found in draping Victorian-era fabric.