Combines Briar and Morta (Bog Oak) with
Ebonite/Acrylic decorations,

has easy cigar-like mouthpiece

and complies with "Golden Ratio" proportions.

A Greek scholar named Pythagoras, who lived in
the 5th century B.C.E., has often been credited
with discovering one of history's most enduring
mathematical concepts: the Golden ratio.
It's called "φ"
(Phi)
and equals to about 1.618.
(Described as "The Da Vinci Code" or "Fibonacci
sequence" later on)
Length proportions which follow this ratio can
be found in Acropolis Parthenon, The Great
Pyramid of Egypt, Notre Dame Paris, Stradivarius
violins etc.

Ebonite mouthpiece and decoration rings

Item # 1756

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30/54 mm
44
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154
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18
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37
mm
54 gr

Two versions: A non filter and one that carries
Aspida system.