Lovat

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  • Lovat
    Lovat

It's the member of the Canadian shapes pipes. The Lovat Family was a patricial family in England. Lord Fraser planted this shape in the 19th century. The Billiard is characterized by a fairly cylindrical bowl, canted very slightly forward, with a round shank, roughly as a long as the bowl is tall, and eighter a tapered or saddle stem that makes up roughly half the overall lenght of the pipe. The Lovat is similar to a Billiard, with a slim shank that is 1,25- 2 times the height of the bowl. The Lovat is always fitted with a short saddle stem. A Liverpool can be thought of as a Lovat with a tapered stem. This is the take on the differences among the members of the Canadian family: Canadian: Oval shank with tapered shank. Lumberman: Oval shank with saddle stem. Liverpool: Round shank with tapered stem. Lovat: Round shank with saddle stem.

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