Ser Jacopo: Spongia Bent Dublin (S3)
Product Number: 002-171-1828
Those not more familiar with the Italian, and more specifically the Pesaro-school tradition, might be wondering if this is really a Dublin. Well, it is, albeit a uniquely Italian form of Dublin, which tapers down from the rim, only to then swell out into a Brandy-like lower bowl. For reasons that probably don't need explaining, this singularly shapely, cinched-waistline form is sometimes referred to as an "hourglass" Dublin.
- Eric N. Squires