French Estates: Chacom Complice (186) Tobacco Pipe
Product Number: 004-003-6102
The Chacom story began in 1825, when the Comoy family crafted boxwood pipes for soldiers in Napoleon's army near Saint-Claude, France, long before the discovery of briar as a material for pipe making. In the mid to late 19th century, it was the Comoys, with their cousins, the Chapuis family, who introduced briar pipes to the world, writing a new chapter in the history of tobacco smoking. Known today as Chacom, a combination of Chapuis and Comoy, the venerable French marque continues its legacy of innovation while preserving its timeless traditions, offering quality pipes for smokers of all persuasions.
Chacom's Complice series, translated as "partner in crime," is characterized by an offering of three traditional shapes dressed in a timeless walnut stain with two slim aluminum bands providing an elegant accent to the shank of each pipe at its conjunction to an acrylic stem. The series is offered here in the form of Chacom's classic "186" Billiard.Gabriel Bass
Measurements & Other Details
Smoked, But Rather Clean
- Length: 5.70 in./144.78 mm.
- Weight: 1.57 oz./44.45 g.
- Bowl Height: 1.97 in./50.04 mm.
- Chamber Depth: 1.67 in./42.42 mm.
- Chamber Diameter: 0.84 in./21.34 mm.
- Outside Diameter: 1.46 in./37.08 mm.
- Stem Material: Acrylic
- Filter: None
- Shape: Billiard
- Finish: Smooth
- Material: Briar
- Country: France