Where does the Hawkbill begin, and where does it end? Some would argues it's all in the shank and stem, and thus that this Ser Jacopo was indeed a Hawkbill. Others would say nay, that this is Dublin, and that proper Hawkbill demands a rounded bowl, as was the case when the shape first appeared from Castello. Personally, I'm pretty much agnostic on that subject. I just like a pipe with a good strong aquiline arch, and this Ser Jacopo definitely qualifies.
- Eric N. Squires