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Ligne Bretagne Pipe #1912lb

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Another bent done in our new rustication style. It's especially suitable for these bents since, unlike the coral-style rustications, it doesn't cut deep or remove a lot of briar so the bowl wall thickness is retained. Plus, the stem curve seems to be a nice echo to the curve of the rustication strokes.

I added a little Peterson-esque shank ring to this but it's still a traditional tenon style, not a military mount, and the airhole drilling is aligned to allow easy pipecleaner passage from bit to bowl, as always. I really like this shape for a variety of reasons, but one of the main ones is that it's a little bigger than our usual Ligne Bretagnes, for anyone looking for something with a little more chamber capacity than the plethora of smaller-bowled shapes we make.