This cherrywood freehand has got to be one of a kind. I made this sometime in the winter of 2003 from a block cut from a kiln-dried 2X8. It has a 5/32" smokehole and a 7/8" diameter, round-bottomed tobacco chamber 1 3/4" deep. The bowl is 2 1/2" tall. Length is 6 5/8".
Cherrywood, while not as dramatically grained as briar, smokes well. I have several in my personal collection that I've run a lot of tobacco through.
Grade: Bargain Bin
Weight: 1 1/2 oz
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