Peterson Deluxe Rosslare RI Royal Irish Black Sandblast Amber Fishtail Stem 999
- Overall Length: 148mm
- Overall Height: 65mm
- Bowl Height: 40mm
- Bowl Diameter: 42mm
- Bore: 19mm
- Weight: 56g
- Gift Boxed
- Cloth pipe bag included
- 925 Sterling Silver Band
Peterson Rosslare Royal Irish Sandblast Series:
The Peterson Rosslare is one of those iconic pipes that every smoker drools over in the catalogue, with a “one day i’ll treat myself” in the vain hope that their partner’s ear wigging and will buy it for them. If there was a Pipe that should go on the Irish flag it would surely be the Rosslare. Many pipemakers try and mimic it’s style but nobody gets it quite as good as Peterson.
There are a few finishes in the Rosslare collection, the Royal Irish Sandblast is one of the higher bowl grades selected for a good grain pattern which is enhanced with the sandblasting before being finished with a rich black stain to contrast beautifully with the Amber stem. Truly breathtaking.
Royal Irish vs Classic:
Many get confused with the Rosslare series. The Royal Irish uses a premium grade of bowl selected for it’s superior grain and is finished with a 925 Silver army military mount.
Peterson 999 Shape:
The Peterson Rosslare 999 is a half bent briar pipe, with instantly recognisable styling. The Bulldog shape has two grooves around the peak of the taper. It is almost apple shaped, which makes for a comfortable hold and tapers more towards the base. The two grooves as-well as being attractive increase the surface area at the thickest part of the bowl, helping the bowl cool in the same way as a car radiator. This in turn helps keep the smoke cool throughout the pipe.
The bowl of the pipe has been expertly sandblasted by Peterson skilled craftsmen to follow the beautiful grain of the quality briar used for the Rosslare. The bowl is then finished with a rich black stain before the 925 hallmarked Silver military mount and stunning amber stem are added. The Rosslare classic sandblast must be one of the most stunning pipes in Petersons range.
The pattern on the stem is unique to every pipe and varies considerably so every pipe is a one off and will not be exactly as pictured.
The standard mouthpiece for most pipe manufacturers. The fishtail has the exit hole in the end of the mouthpiece. The end of the mouthpiece is flat, which some people find easier to grip, and suits the smoker who doesn’t get on with the p.lip style.