The Canadian Pot with Short Rod, always called #33, was born in the 70s as a modification of the classic Castello Canadian, made by Franco Coppo, to strengthen the too slender and long oval rod; it has been shortened to balance it in the mouth. The result is a practical pipe, squat and sturdy. The vessel has a considerable thickness in briar root, for a brilliant and safe smoke, for all time. Over the years they have been produced of all sizes: small, medium, giant.
In August 2003 they have been produced 43 units in the various finishings: 25 glossy, 11 sandblasted and 7 gouged.
Smokers and collectors interested in this collection could contact the nearest tobacco dealer or email us to learn about the closest “Castello” retailer.