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Estate Jess Chonowitsch – Blasted Extra Long Lovat (Presmoked)

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M1350

Extra long lovat with smooth top, a deep blast and the finest little fish tale stem.

$2,625.00 $2,100.00
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A: 40 mm - 1.57" inch
B: 37 mm - 1.46" inch
C: 145 mm - 5.71" inch
D: 20 mm - 0.79" inch
E: 31 mm - 1.22" inch

Weight:28 gram - 0.99 ounces

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Brand: Jess Chonowitsch
Product no: M1350

Jess has been making pipes for 30 of his 50 years and he still finds it very satisfying. He finds his work much easier now and for the past 10 years. He has a lot of customers all over the world, which means he can make many different shapes and sizes and still have a market for them. 

In addition to smooth pipes, he creates some beautiful sandblasted pipes – but only when he has to. 

There are two types of quality in a finished pipe: one of look and feel, and the other technical. Jess masters technical perfection as well as balance, design and finish. 

Although he strives for perfection in every pipe, every now and then he creates something extra special. Those pipes are stamped with a special "bird" stamp. 

All his pipes are stamped with the name Chonowitsch at the top of a circle, Denmark at the bottom and Jess in the center. On pipes with bamboo shank, Jess uses a straight stamp in order not to chrush the fibers in the bamboo. No other nomenclature is used. 

Jess is very particular about the briar he uses, and just as careful about the drying of it. He controls the humidity over an 18-24 months period, reducing it very slowly. 

He gets his briar from Corsica and Greece. 

Jess has been making pipes for 30 of his 50 years and he still finds it very satisfying. He finds his work much easier now and for the past 10 years. He has a lot of customers all over the world, which means he can make many different shapes and sizes and still have a market for them. 

In addition to smooth pipes, he creates some beautiful sandblasted pipes – but only when he has to. 

There are two types of quality in a finished pipe: one of look and feel, and the other technical. Jess masters technical perfection as well as balance, design and finish. 

Although he strives for perfection in every pipe, every now and then he creates something extra special. Those pipes are stamped with a special "bird" stamp. 

All his pipes are stamped with the name Chonowitsch at the top of a circle, Denmark at the bottom and Jess in the center. On pipes with bamboo shank, Jess uses a straight stamp in order not to chrush the fibers in the bamboo. No other nomenclature is used. 

Jess is very particular about the briar he uses, and just as careful about the drying of it. He controls the humidity over an 18-24 months period, reducing it very slowly. 

He gets his briar from Corsica and Greece. 

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