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DUNHILL CHRISTMAS 2020 LIMITED EDITION NUMBER 175 OF 300

Cod. Dunhill D697
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
inch / oz
mm / gram
1.
Length
133 mm 5.24 inch
2.
Bowl height
39 mm 1.54 inch
3.
Outside diameter
43 mm 1.69 inch
4.
Chamber diameter
20 mm 0.79 inch
5.
Chamber depth
30 mm 1.18 inch
Weight
47.30 gram 1.67 oz
 
Overall dimension
Medium
 
Filter
NO
Condition
New
Country
United Kingdom
Brand
Dunhill
Model
Bent Rhodesian
Finish
Sandblast
Shape
Half bent
Material
Briar-root
Stem
Cumberland
Ornament
Silver
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of the manufacturer
Original box
of the manufacturer
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Made in England (made in 2020)

Pipe tamper made of solid silver

Free gift wrapping is included

This Christmas pipe continues the 12-year theme ‘The Nutcracker and the Mouse King’, which began in 2011 and will end in 2022.

It is based on the characters of the children’s book ‘The Nutcracker and the Mouse King’ by German author Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann and the famous ballet ‘The Nutcracker’ by Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

This being the 10th pipe in the series, it depicts the Prince Nikita, a central character in the story.

The pipe is an elegant group 3 Bent Rhodesian pipe (3108) in Cumberland finish. It features a hallmarked Sterling Silver windshield decoratively engraved as well as a Sterling Silver band.

The impressive pipe tamper is 62 mm long and crafted from solid Sterling Silver. It depicts Prince Nikita sheltering Maria with his coat.

The highly collectable White Spot Christmas pipes and tampers are presented in a leather-bound book held in attractive blue & red colours with gold embossing to represent the uniform of the Nutcracker. Each set is accompanied by its numbered limited edition certificate.

This edition series is strictly limited to annually only 300 pipes worldwide.