The Ravenhill is a bent Danish egg style pipe with a ebonite stem and briar accent. This pipe is made with morta wood (6,000 year old bog oak) a hand-cut SEM German yellow/blue swirl stem and a briar accent. It has a nice light weight to it and has a perfect bend to it so it is a great pipe to smoke when you are working and can clench it easily. All of the colors compliment each other resulting in a beautiful pipe that will be a great addition to your collection as well as being very functional for every day needs. The airhole slightly off center in the tobacco chamber but it all the other air ways have all been properly drilled and allows for a pipe cleaner to pass through smoothly.
Length: 5 1/2inches Height: 1 3/4 inches
Width: 1 3/4 inches
Tobacco chamber depth :1 1/2 inches
Tobacco chamber width: 13/16 inch
Weight: 1.8 oz
Ravenhill was an outlying hill beneath the Lonely Mountain. It was ruled and inhabited by Ravens. In The Hobbit: The Battle of the five Armies, Ravenhill is portrayed as a snow covered ruin, hidden in the mist on the slopes of the Lonely Mountain.