Chestnut WHITE SPOT Pipes by Alfred Dunhill
The chestnut finish on a WHITE SPOT pipe is a rich deep walnut colour complemented by the Cumberland mouthpiece. It was introduced in 1983 by Alfred Dunhill to commemorate the closing of the Cumberland Road warehouse. The same stain and stem material as used on the WHITE SPOT Cumberland pipe, but on a smooth bowl. Like the WHITE SPOT Bruyere, the finish is smooth to the feel and will lighten in time to show off the grain, which is usually cross-grain top and bottom with Birdseye on the sides of the bowl.
Highly sort after for their sweet smoke, White Spot Pipes by Alfred Dunhill give you the prestige of knowing that you are smoking the best!
Hand Made In England