Butz Choquin Camargue Bent Rhodesian Estate Briar Pipe [SOLD OUT]


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With its origins in an 1858 collaboration between Jean-Baptiste Choquin and Gustave Butz, Butz-Choquin ultimately become one of the premier smoking pipe companies in 20th century France. The brand is known both for its stylish variations on traditional English-French shapes and for its exploration of atypical and elaborate finishes. The brand is also known for its collaborations with celebrated French pipe-makers, such as Paul Lanier and Alain Albuisson, who made some of Butz-Choquin’s highest-grade pipes for the company.

This Butz Choquin is a rather traditional bent Rhodesian, but with a slight twist. The pipe has a military-style mount made of either horn or imitation horn acrylic – it is difficult to tell – which connects the stummel to its vulcanite stem. It’s a lovely design, one made all the better by the fantastic flame grain briar patterns around the bowl.

The condition is excellent too. Aside from a little bit of darkening on the lip of the pipe’s beveled inner rim, which is entirely superficial, I don’t see any issues of note with this one.



Length: 6″

Bowl Width: 19.8mm

Bowl Depth: 1.25″

Weight: 1.7oz / 50g

Additional information

Weight 15 oz
Condition Used


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