Rattray’s – Good Deal Billiard Pipe (9mm Filter)

£39.95 inc. VAT

Weight: 56g

Length: 150mm

Bowl Width: 18mm

Bowl Depth: 35mm

The Good Deal range offers exceptional value for money. Don’t miss your chance to buy one of these wonderful Rattray’s pipes at a fraction of the usual price a Rattray’s pipe demands.

NOTE: The pipe stand shown in the picture is not included.

[All pipes are individual, grain and shade may differ due to the nature of the material.]

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Rattray’s Good Deal Billiard Pipe (9mm Filter)

Weight: 56g

Length: 150mm

Bowl Width: 18mm

Bowl Depth: 35mm

The Good Deal range offers exceptional value for money. Don’t miss your chance to buy one of these wonderful Rattray’s pipes at a fraction of the usual price a Rattray’s pipe demands.

Rattray’s stands for the highest quality of Scottish smoking culture. Charles Rattray was born in 1880 in Perth, Scotland. He spent his time training in the stronghold of the tobacco industry in Dundee. From there taking the decision very early to realise his ideas for tobacco mixtures. In 1903 he opened the House of Rattray in Perth. The result being the founding of one of the largest tobacco companies on the British Isles. Known mainly for blending tobacco on site, even though the original building is no longer there the infamous blends, traditional and aromatic can still be enjoyed today. To this day the company produces a vast amount of tobacco as well as pipes. Revered for their quality and designs, Rattray’s continue to please pipe smokers globally.

Rattray’s Good Deal Billiard Pipe (9mm Filter).

NOTE: The pipe stand shown in the picture is not included.

[All pipes are individual, grain and shade may differ due to the nature of the material.]

Additional information

Weight 56 g
Dimensions 150 × 40 × 55 mm

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