Please note the Dublin now comes with a nickel band on the shank in line with the other Peterson Churchwardens.
The cool smoking characteristics of a Churchwarden pipe combined with the quality craftsmanship and smoking characteristics associated with Peterson pipes.
It is well documented that Churchwarden pipes smoke cooler than standard pipes, which is due to the extra distance the smoke has to travel. This gives the smoke more time to cool. Churchwardens are also known as Reading pipes as the bowl is kept away from the face allowing the smoker to read a book at the same time.
The Peterson Churchwarden Rustic Dublin is a sandblasted, Dublin shaped bowl with an extra long Vulcanite stem. The Dublin has a fairly small bowl size and bore, which keeps the weight down and can be hung without support. The Rustic finish allows the pipe to cool easier as more suface area is in contact with the cool air around it.
Fishtail mouthpiece: Petersons trademark patented mouthpiece is the p.lip design, which has many advantages but unfortunately some smokers just don't get on with it. The Donegal series comes with the fishtail mouthpiece as an alternative for those who don't get on with the P.Lip.
PLEASE NOTE: This is a generic image that we have taken from a random selection of this pipe model from our stocks. It is unlikely to be the exact pipe you will receive. Due to the nature of the raw material used and this being a handmade product there will be some variation in grain, colour and finish. There could also be a slight variation in the dimensions provided.