From a little village in France, Chacom has grown to be one of the leading pipe makers in the world.
The Chacom Skipper 996 is a pipe called " Bullmoose ", a form in vogue in the years 1920-1930, modernized by Chapuis-Comoy & Cie establishments. This semi-curved pipe, all round and slightly chunky offers a good grip. Equipped with an acrylic stem and adorned with 2 Aluminum rings contrasting harmoniously with its black sand finish, pleasant to the touch.
- Dimensions: 138 mm (L) x 31 mm (W) x 41 mm (H) - Internal diameter of the hearth: 18 mm
- Hearth depth: 36 mm - Weight: 51 g
This retro briar pipe is produced in the Chapuis-Comoy & Cie workshops in Villard-Saint-Sauveur at the gates of Saint-Claude.
Approx. 5 1/2" long
Briar bowl with acrylic stem.