Irish Estates: Peterson Killarney (150) (Fishtail)

Product Number: 004-004-7294

Peterson's "150" straight Bulldog is a pert, upright rendition that fits in perfectly with the Irish firm's characteristically muscular shaping style. It's quite the forthright take on the classic English shape, but in keeping with the marque's tradition, it features an incredibly robust, crisp diamond shank. The bowl wears a set of well-defined beadlines and displays a firm heel underneath, though it remains a touch leaner than other, more squat renditions of the shape, making the "150" an ideal choice for those who prefer a taller, trimmer style of Bulldog bowl.

Like many of Peterson's lines, the Killarney takes its name from an Irish town — in this case, one located in the southwest. Introduced in 1949, the Killarney features a vivid, ruby stain, over which a lacquer finish is applied for added protection and a higher sheen. The color palette calls to mind traditional English finishes of the early 20th century, hearkening back to an era when darker stains were the norm (lighter finishes wouldn't become popular until the decade before WWII). Fitted with twin rings of nickel, the Killarney boasts a formal, vintage appeal, similar to the black-and-chrome dress pipe motif, but with a more colorful persona.

-Jeffery Sitts

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Measurements & Other Details


CONDITION:
Small Ding On The Rim

STAMPING:
Peterson (Arched, In Script)
OF DUBLIN (Arched)
KILLARNEY
150
  • Length: 5.75 in./146.05 mm.
  • Weight: 1.57 oz./44.45 g.
  • Bowl Height: 1.84 in./46.74 mm.
  • Chamber Depth: 1.44 in./36.58 mm.
  • Chamber Diameter: 0.77 in./19.56 mm.
  • Outside Diameter: 1.62 in./41.15 mm.
  • Stem Material: Vulcanite
  • Filter: None
  • Shape: Bulldog
  • Finish: Smooth
  • Material: Briar
  • Country: Ireland
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