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    Caminetto Bent Brandy (05) (AR) Tobacco Pipe

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    $477.00 Add to cart

    2.95 oz. (83 grams)

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    Caminetto Bent Brandy (06) (AT) Tobacco Pipe

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    $399.50 Add to cart
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    Caminetto Bulldog (05) (AR) Tobacco Pipe

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    $477.00 Add to cart

    Started in 1968, Roberto Ascorti and Luigi Radice split from Castello, and the name came from a laughter-filled evening associating the pipes with a fireplace or chimney, which is “camino” in Italian. This bulldog is a fine example of the craftsmanship taken over by Tommi Ascorti (Roberto’s Son). This bulldog shape is stubby, and robust, and the dark red stain welcomes one to a quiet night by the fire.

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    Caminetto Dublin (08) (AT) Tobacco Pipe

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    $272.00 Add to cart
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    Caminetto Hawkbill (08) (AT) Tobacco Pipe

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    $351.00 Add to cart

    Started in 1968, Roberto Ascorti and Luigi Radice split from Castello, and the name came from a laughter-filled evening associating the pipes with a fireplace or chimney which is “camino” in Italian. This hawkbill is a fine example of the craftsmanship taken over by Tommi Ascorti (Roberto’s Son). It features smooth curves with a brandy-shaped bowl in rusticated black/brown with a silver adornment on the shank.

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    Caminetto Nera Bent Brandy (05) (AR) Tobacco Pipe

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    $414.00 Add to cart

    Started in 1968, Roberto Ascorti and Luigi Radice split from Castello, and the name came from a laughter-filled evening associating the pipes with a fireplace or chimney, which is “camino” in Italian. This bent brandy is a fine example of the craftsmanship taken over by Tommi Ascorti (Roberto’s Son). It features a short ebony stain brandy shape with small black stem.

     

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    Caminetto New Dear Bent Stack (07) (AT) Tobacco Pipe

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    $391.00 Add to cart
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    Caminetto New Dear Cavalier (07) (AT) Tobacco Pipe

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    $558.00 Add to cart

    Started in 1968, Roberto Ascorti and Luigi Radice split from Castello, and the name came from a laughter-filled evening associating the pipes with a fireplace or chimney which is “camino” in Italian. This Cavalier is a fine example of the craftsmanship taken over by Tommi Ascorti (Roberto’s Son). It features an alps-esque design that’s hard to come by with black stem and foot and elongated bowl with light natural stain.

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    Caminetto New Dear Dublin (07) (AT) Tobacco Pipe

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    $391.00 Add to cart
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    Caminetto Smooth Bent Dublin Sitter (00) (AR) Tobacco Pipe

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    $510.00 Add to cart

    Started in 1968, Roberto Ascorti and Luigi Radice split from Castello, and the name came from a laughter-filled evening associating the pipes with a fireplace or chimney which is “camino” in Italian. This Bend Dublin is a fine example of the craftsmanship Tommi Ascorti (Roberto’s Son) took over. It features a smooth curved Dublin shape that sits pleasantly on the table when resting.  It’s perfectly balanced and features a Cumberland-style stem.

     

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    Caminetto Smooth Poker (02) (AR) Tobacco Pipe

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    $630.00 Add to cart

    Started in 1968, Roberto Ascorti and Luigi Radice split from Castello, and the name came from a laughter-filled evening associating the pipes with a fireplace or chimney, which is “camino” in Italian. This poker is a fine example of the craftsmanship taken over by Tommi Ascorti (Roberto’s Son). It features a smooth poker shape in a natural color with traditional Italian curves with a slight cant to the stem. There is a hint of flame grain on the bowl that is breathtaking.

     

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    Caminetto Smooth Stack Canadian (Moustache) (03) (AR) Tobacco Pipe

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    $540.00 Add to cart

    Started in 1968, Roberto Ascorti and Luigi Radice split from Castello, and the name came from a laughter-filled evening associating the pipes with a fireplace or chimney which is “camino” in Italian. This Canadian is a fine example of the craftsmanship taken over by Tommi Ascorti (Roberto’s Son). It features a smooth and elongated shank typical of the Canadian shape with an Italian flair of a small forward cant of the bowl.

     

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