A small but elegant bent billiard, with a tapered mouthpiece. Given smooth, deep brown stain, with dark burgundy highlights and black Vulcanite mouthpiece.
The Jockey Club range by Parker represents the entry level pipes for this world renowned manufacture. While Parker may have started have been started by Alfred Dunhill as a brand to sell the Dunhill failings (seconds). By the late 1950’s Dunhill purchased the Hardcastle factory and grouped both Parker & Hardcastle into a single brand. Production moved to France where the Parkers have been made ever since.
Pipe Material : Briar
Shape : Bent
Finish : Smooth
Colour : Brown
Mouthpiece : Vulcanite (Fishtail)
Filter : None
Pipe Length : 135mm
Pipe Height : 45mm
Pipe Width : 34mm
Chamber Width : 19mm
Chamber Depth : 34mm
Pipe Weight : 40grams
Posted by Mike on 10th Jan 2018
This is great little pipe, it is a no thrills pipe but a very good smoker. Definitely worth the money.
Posted by Twydall Crumblepatch of the U.K pipe and tobacco club. on 31st Mar 2016
This is a standard pipe. It looks rather elegant, it's easy to clean and feels lovely in the hand. The logo on the stem of mine wasn't quite central which was a bit of a let down but I suppose it's all about the smoke. I've found this pipe gurgles quite a bit when smoking aromatics but smokes well with your dryer blends.
All in all, for the price this is a good pipe. I recommend this pipe over a cheaper no name, but if you want really want something better it's worth investing another £20 on something slightly more special. A cheap yet cheerful pipe.