Material: Very old briar
Mouthpiece and shank: Beige brindle
Length (A) : 140 mm
Bowl height (B) : 64 mm
Bowl diameter (C) : 38 mm
Chamber depth (D) : 38 mm
Chamber bore (E) : 17.5 mm cylindrical
Weight: 51.5 grams
Draft-hole: 3.8 mm
Tenons: 7.5 mm integral
Can one smoke it? Of course.
Does it pass a pipe-cleaner? Yes, a long one.
How does it fit together? It employs two tenon-mortise assemblies, one at the bowl and one in the shank.
Would one look stupid smoking it? No, one would actually look very cool and it is remarkably comfortable to hold or clench.