Skip Elliott always has an eye for something unusual for his pipes. Skip's pipes carry the unmistakable look of a carver constantly testing the limits of his craft. We've all seen plateau tops, but Skip throws a curve ball by leaving the plateau to run down the front of the tobacco pipe. Plateau comes from the outside of the briar block. The wood must be great to use that portion. Stunning ring grain circles the bowl and shank of this black smoking pipe. A dark green brindle stem completes a ruggedly handsome pipe. Elliott pipes bring superior craftsmanship to your collection.
6.75 inches long, 2.5 inches tall, 3.10 ounces