In a private collection
Even if Dunhill didn't obtain a patent for usage of brindle ebonite for stems, their input in promoting of a new material and invention of a suitable and well memorable name for it is undoubted. The name was born in 1979, when a new series of sandblasted pipes with modern stems was christened in honor of Cumberland Street - the street where production and warehouse capacities of the company existed comfortably for many years. Today we are glad to represent the 1982 Dunhill Cumberland pipe - elegant classical bent.
The pipe markings are "DUNHILL CUMBERLAND \ MADE IN ENGLAND 22", "41022". The length is 13.5 cm, bowl's hight is 4.8 cm. External and internal diameters of the bowl are 3.0 cm and 2.2 cm. The depth is 4.0 cm and this pipe weights 40 gr. Briar, cumberland stem, no filter.