Brebbia Rocciata 600, Rusticated Oom Paul 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.

As one might expect, ‘Rocciata’ is an Italian word that roughly translates to ‘rocky.’ The line might be considered Brebbia’s answer to the styles of compatriot makes Castello or Becker, but then again, Italian pipe design has always been strongly connected to its rusticated finishes. Brebbia’s is quite distinct here, even for an Italian make; the finish is granular, but not too sharp, giving the appearance of stones on the shoreline, lapped by the sea. The shape is ostensibly an Oom Paul, but the shank is longer and its bend more fluid than is typical, which will have required an impressive feat of drilling to pull off.

The condition is excellent. There’s a little darkening on the inner lip of the rim, but it’s barely noticeable.



Length: 5.5″

Bowl Width: 21.2mm

Bowl Depth: 1.6″

Weight: 1.7oz / 50g

Additional information

Weight 15 oz
Condition Used


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