This recent model is taken from an ancient Castello pipe, dating back to the 80s. The "Pomo", recognizable by the 26 number, is a very practical pipe, which accompany the smoker at any time of the day. The current model, with stocky vessel, round rod and slightly curved mouthpiece fish tail is the most similar to the original one that was produced since by the hands of Carlo Scotti, in a broadly lower dimensions.
Only the higher quality pipes are stamped with that date reference starting from the smooth "Castello" grade. The castle stamping with a number inside the castle was introduced in the 40th anniversary of Castello. Catstello Collection, Carlo Scotti script.
In the beginning -maybe the pipes were stamped Mi Reserva my reserve. Later the Reg No was added. This Reg No has nothing to do with shape numbers, but is merely the Castello company trademark.
The Early Years. No size or grade stampings. The registration number is not for shapes or styles. This number purely and simply refers to the company trademark registered Castello.
Pictured here are some of my favorite Castellos. Long ago, I had a couple of mixed experiences with Castello pipes, but I now admit to being an avid fan. Of all the older pipe factories, Castello is the only one I can think of whose quality has actually improved over the years; today's Castello is even better than those of ten years ago!
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Carlo Scotti ha una tabaccheria a Chiasso, sul confine tra Italia e Svizzera, osservatorio privilegiato per conoscere tutto di pipe e tabacchi. Finita la guerra, comincia o continua a cullare il sogno di realizzare una sua pipa. Le prime pipe sono decisamente classiche, fatalmente "inglesi".
Pipa Castello Courtesy of italianpipemakers. So, the Castello Philosophy was born. It prefers to be, not to appear, always looking for a perfection that, in the human limits, Castello tries to reach.
Followers of rebornpipes by now are well aware that Steve, Jeff and Dal Stanton had been on a week long visit here to meet me and my family. Of all things planned, this agenda was fulfilled to the hilt!! It is a deeply rusticated pipe with a diamond shank and a slight flair around the middle of the stummel similar to ring cap in a classic Bulldog shape, towards the rusticated rim top.