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Roverart pipes are made by Dorelio and Damiano [[Rovera]], makers of the [[Ardor]] line, at a rate of approximately 500-800 pipes a year.  They are available in seven different styles, including the Armony, finished with a light walnut stain, the Sinfony, finished in dark mahogany, the Ricciolo, with carved curls, the Ritmica, a rusticated pipe with red accents, the Tuba, a carved pipe with a bamboo shank, the Sax, a rusticated black pipe with a screw in bowl, and the Cornetta, a large horn with a briar shank.  The Roverart line contains some of the less conventional pipes made by the Roveras.  For more information see [[Ardor]].
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RoverArt pipes are made by Dorelio and Damiano [[Rovera]], makers of the [[Ardor]] line, at a rate of approximately 500-800 pipes a year.  They are available in seven different styles, including the Armony, finished with a light walnut stain, the Sinfony, finished in dark mahogany, the Ricciolo, with carved curls, the Ritmica, a rusticated pipe with red accents, the Tuba, a carved pipe with a bamboo shank, the Sax, a rusticated black pipe with a screw in bowl, and the Cornetta, a large horn with a briar shank.  The Roverart line contains some of the less conventional pipes made by the Roveras.  For more information see [[Ardor]].
  
 
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[[Category: Italy]]

Revision as of 00:44, 17 May 2016

RoverArt pipes are made by Dorelio and Damiano Rovera, makers of the Ardor line, at a rate of approximately 500-800 pipes a year. They are available in seven different styles, including the Armony, finished with a light walnut stain, the Sinfony, finished in dark mahogany, the Ricciolo, with carved curls, the Ritmica, a rusticated pipe with red accents, the Tuba, a carved pipe with a bamboo shank, the Sax, a rusticated black pipe with a screw in bowl, and the Cornetta, a large horn with a briar shank. The Roverart line contains some of the less conventional pipes made by the Roveras. For more information see Ardor.