The Peterson tradition has long been associated with the fine sterling silver detail of their pipes.
The Peterson Newgrange Spigot is characterised by a sterling silver
covering on the tapered end of the mouthpiece which compliments the
sterling silver band of the pipe.
The Spigot style evolved from the practice of soldiers in earlier
centuries who repaired broken pipes by sliding a used cartridge case
over the shank and reinserting the mouthpiece.
In this unique spigot finished pipe, Peterson craftsmanship perfect
the union of finest quality briar and precious metals. The silver is
spun to shape and then fitted to the pipe.
The craftsmanship, created with only a lathe and chisel as basic tools, is the finest in the industry.
Hallmarked Sterling Silver.
A sandblast black bowl and contrasting smooth red brown bowl top,
complete with a cumberland marbled acrylic fishtail mouthpiece.
Measures 142mm long with an internal bowl diameter of 22mm and a depth of 34mm.