Rattray's Old Gowrie 1 Sandblast Bent Paneled
The Old Gowrie series of pipes is one of Rattray's best priced and most popular lines. Named after the Old Gowrie area, also known as the Garden of Scotland, this land mass includes modern day Perth, the Birthplace of founder Charles Rattray. These pipes are considered by many to be the benchmark of quality within the Rattray's stable, and feature charcoal-colored, sandblasted briar bowls and shanks with smooth-finished dark mahogany rims and gloss black acrylic stems. Shown here in the shape 1 bent paneled.
The Pipe Nook is proud to present these fine tobacco pipes from Rattray's of Perth, Scotland. Established in 1903 by Charles Rattray, this storied company has produced some of the finest pipes available for more than a century. These pipes are now made throughout Europe, mostly in Germany and England, and are prized for using the best of both modern and Old World pipe making methods. The attention to detail is first-class in every price point, from striking finishes to top-notch drilling, right down to the handsome pipe bag and presentation box. All of the Rattray's pipes that we carry here at The Pipe Nook are 9mm filtered, but if filters are not your preference, they aren't necessary to enjoy these incredible and beautiful smoking instruments!
Basic Shape: Bent Paneled
Bowl Material: Briar
Stem Material: Black Acrylic
Band Material: None
Filter Type: 9mm
Length: 5.25 in.
Bowl Height: 2.0 in.
Bowl Interior Depth: 1.65 in.
Bowl Exterior Diameter at Rim: 1.4 in.
Bowl Interior Diameter at Rim: 0.8 in.
Weight: 1.9 oz.