What would you call this shape?

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john019

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Just wondering what shape is this considered? I was thinking a pot, or squashed pot, but does the shape of the shank make a difference?


 

cosmicfolklore

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Looks more like a play on the dublin shape to me, with the bowl wider at the top than the bottom.

 

cosmicfolklore

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I don't think that there is a specific name for this. It is more of a mutt than a pure breed shape. :puffy:

 

techie

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I have a Stanwell with an odd, short bowl which is described as a "pot-like freehand with squat bowl and concave rim", so I suppose "squat" is an acceptable term.

 

mso489

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Pot. The photo is dark, but I don't see enough conical shape to call it a Dublin, and it's not tall enough for a billiard. So I'd call it a pot, a pocket pipe version (short).

 

john019

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Bluto, that is funny. It does weigh in at 2.5 ounces. Maybe I can use Cosmic's suggestion and call it "Larry's Brick Shithouse".

 

npod

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I vote for stubby pot.
And now for something completely different ...
Larry


Brick


Shithouse


Larry in deep shit



 
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