Brebbia Iceberg 800 Rusticated Canadian Estate Briar Pipe [SOLD OUT]

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Named for the company’s home township, Brebbia was founded in 1953 by Enea Buzzi, an alum of Savinelli’s manufacturing division. Still in operation 70 years later, Brebbia is one of Italy’s oldest extant pipe companies, with production still being undertaken using simple lathes and traditional methods of hand finishing. More recently, Brebbia has also collaborated with master artisan carvers from across to design some of its pipes, such as Denmark’s Rainer Barbi, Germany’s Otto Pollner and Holger Frickert, Italy’s Fausto Fincato, and Japan’s Tsuge.

To call Brebbia’s Iceberg pipes long would be an understatement. At around 8 inches each, they could well be classified as churchwardens or demi-wardens, if not for the fact that it is their shanks, not their stems, that make up the majority of this singular length. They’re cult favorites, which makes it all the more of a shame that Brebbia only made them in limited quantities for the American market. This one is dressed in a distinctly Italian, pebble-dash rustication and a dark brown stain, with a short tapered ebonite stem.

The condition is great. There may be some minor rim darkening, or it may simply be the hue of the stain. I see nothing else of note as far as imperfections go.



Length: 8″ / 203.2mm

Bowl Width: 0.87 / 22.09mm

Bowl Depth: 1.58″ / 40.13mm

Weight: 1.6oz / 46g

Additional information

Weight 15 oz
Condition Used