Based on what appears to be a long, slender clay which is pictured amongst the colorful clutter of Joan Miro's 1920 "Horse, Pipe, and Red Flower
", this Billiard by Ser Jacopo echoes the trim style and well-defined bowl, while adding considerable Pesaro character. It's a pretty simple shaping formula, but a charming one as well. What's more, it produces a pipe that is natural in hand, and that should no doubt provide a fine smoke as well.
- Eric N. Squires