The origin of the semi curved Boccetta with oval rod follows the Canadian Pot one, with short rod. It was designed in 1978 by Franco Coppo who, given the success of the #33, decided to set a bend with a rather short rod with the head of the classic small bottle. The vessel has a considerable thickness, for a “committed” smoke, suitable for any time of the day. Over the years, they have been produced of all sizes: small, medium and giants.
In November 2004 they have been produced 41 units in the various finishings: 19 glossy, 11 sandblasted and 11 gouged.
Smokers and collectors interested in this collection could contact the nearest tobacco dealer or email us to learn about the closest “Castello” retailer.