Save for the abbreviated length, increased stoutness, and difference in finish treatment, the similarities between this rusticated Dubliner and the previous, smooth-finished iteration we received from Peter Heding are readily identifiable. The most noticeable of these would be the shaping of the rim. In both examples, the broad, domed region serves as the terminus for two opposing, crisply-defined ridges. Here, those ridges accentuate the smoothly-flowing lines of the form at large, along with highlighting a strong sense of sleekness when viewed in profile. The aforementioned domed rim also serves to display an entire surface area's worth of great whorls of birdseye, coaxed by a stunning, deep contrast stain.
- Daniel Bumgardner
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