The Dublin has the same proportions as a Billiard, but with an conical bowl. The bore of the tobacco chamber is tapered, following the contours of the bowl, Dublins can be found in bent and straight versions with tapered and saddle bits and with round, oval and square shanks. The tapered bore of the tobacco chamber presents a different smoking characteristic than a straight bore, concentrating the flavors in the last half of the smoke, so that the flavor of the tobacco builds as you smoke. Similar styles include the zulu/ woodstock Woodstock, calabash Calabash and horn.
This Peterson pipe Silver Army Spigot B10 Flame Grain is made of high qulality briar with polished pipe bowl, 9mm filter and bent yellow acrylic F-lip mouthpiece, which is decorated with an engraved Sterling-silverring.