Chacom Cuba Tobacco Pipe Shape 165

Original price was: $144.99.Current price is: $126.07.

A very unique briar pipe finished with a hydrodipping process.

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The Chacom Cuba N°165 is an eye-catching straight tobacco pipe with a coloured finish made using a hydro-dipping process. Long and light, this Churchwarden tobacco pipe is particularly pleasant to smoke and to hold in the mouth. It is a small bowl straight pipe with an ebonite stem decorated with an aluminum ring. Drilled in 4 mm, it is equipped with a metal filter.

 Finish Smooth Coloured
 Length 185 mm
Width 33 mm
Height 36 mm
 Chamber diameter 17 mm
 Chamber depth 29 mm
 Weight 28g
 Mouthpiece material Ebonite
 Filter Metal Stinger

This briar wood tobacco pipe is made in the Chacom workshops in Villard-Saint-Sauveur near Saint-Claude. It is sold in a fabric case and a CHACOM cardboard box. Note: Each pipe is made by hand and the design is applied randomly, so no two pipes will be alike.

About Chacom Pipes

In 1825, well before the discovery of briar wood, the Comoy family manufactured pipes in the small village of Avignon, near Saint-Claude, France, mostly in boxwood for the “Grumblers” of the Army of Napoleon. By 1856, Henri Comoy had discovered briar and particularly the special treatment it required for the making of pipes. Saint-Claude became the birthplace of briar pipe manufacturing and the world capital of pipe-making.

After the First World War, Henri partnered with his cousins and a new firm was registered called Chapuis Comoy & Cie. To develop the Saint-Claude factory, the brand Chacom was created, using the first three letters of the Chapuis and Comoy families. By the end of the second world war, Chacom became the principal tobacco pipe brand in France and Belgium.

After more than a century in the Faubourg Marcel, the pipemaker’s area in Saint-Claude, the company Chapuis Comoy & Cie left its old mythical factory and moved a few kilometers away, to Villard-Saint-Sauveur, into a new building perfectly adapted for pipe production. Besides production, this new location allowed the opening of a factory store and a museum exhibition, allowing Chacom to mix tradition and modernity in a manner that pays tribute to the past.

Today, under the leadership of Antoine Grenard, Chacom pipes are sold globally. In 2013 Chapuis-Comoy & Cie obtained the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (EPV) label, a mark of recognition of the French State, put in place to reward French firms for the excellence of their traditional and industrial know-how.

Additional information

Weight .1 kg
Dimensions 30 × 6.5 × 5.5 cm