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Lorenzetti pipes

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By the 1960`s his business was firmly established, with his pipes exported around Europe, America and Africa.

Avitus Acorn by Lorenzetti pipes

Avitus Acorn by Lorenzetti pipes

Acorn Measurements: 4 1/2" long - 1 5/8" bowl height - 1 1/8" inner bowl depth - 1 1/2" outer bowl diameter - 3/4" inner bowl diameter.

Avitus Rhodesian by Lorenzetti pipes

Avitus Rhodesian by Lorenzetti pipes

Rhodesian measurements: 4 1/4" long - 1 3/4" bowl height - 1 1/4" inner bowl depth - 1 1/2" outer bowl depth - 3/4" inner bowl diameter.

Lorenzetti  Billard Nero # 49 pipe

Lorenzetti Billard Nero # 49 pipe

This is one of the Emperor series of pipes from Lorenzetti. Rusticated finish, band on shank and acrylic stem. This is the billiard shape.

Lorenzetti Avitus #23 pipe

Lorenzetti Avitus #23 pipe

Another in the series of Avitus pipes from Lorenzetti. This small pipe fits easily into the hand and is a perfect size for storing in your pocket.

Avitus Billiard by Lorenzetti pipes

Lorenzetti Avitus Billiard pipe

The last in the series of Avitus is the Billiard. Same finish as the rest smooth bowl. Made in Italy from select briar with a Vulconite mouthpiece.

Avitus Dublin by Lorenzetti pipes

Lorenzetti Avitus Dublin pipe

This is the second of the Avitus series - the Dublin is made from select briar in Italy, with a Vulcanite mouthpiece.

Lorenzetti Bent Billard Nero # 24 pipe

Lorenzetti Bent Billard Nero # 24 pipe

This is one of the Emperor series of pipes from Lorenzetti. Rusticated finish, band on shank and acrylic stem. This is the bent billiard shape.

Lorenzetti Cilo #54 Sandblast pipe

Lorenzetti Cilo #54 Sandblast pipe

The Senator Cilo in SAND, shape 54. Lorenzetti Pipes first started with Othello Lorenzetti in 1934, where he began to create some of the best handcrafted briar pipes. Even at one point, his pipes acquired the interest of Italian President Sandro Pertini, a known pipe connoisseur. To this day, Otello’s legacy lives on, as his grandson Alessandro Lorenzetti still carries on the tradition of crafting these beautiful briar pipes.