Finishes
Finishes

Castello Sea Rock

Castello Sea Rock Briar (Trade Mark) has been the first mark used by Carlo Scotti during his very first manufacture, since 1947. It was born thanks to his intuition who, fascinated by the drafts that the erosion of the waves created on the rocks, wanted to transport them on the bowl of his pipes.

Castello Old Sea Rock

This particular handcrafted gouged finishing was born in 1947. Carlo Scotti decided to propose it after being fascinated by the erosion of the rocks due to the passage of the waves.
Thanks to a wise and secret process, after several attempts, we are proud to present this evolving finishing that is called “Sea Rock Briar”, “Old Sea Rock” for the nuanced processing, “natural Vergin” for the natural finishing.

Castello Natural Vergin

It was born in the beginning of ’60, to satisfy the request of many customers who desired a carved pipe with a natural finishing.

Castello Old Antiquari

This classic sandblasted finishing was created to offer the expert smoker a light and fresh pipe that can become the perfect tool to smoke on any occasion. After several experiments and a period of study relating to the different compositions of the minerals used for the sandblasting, we reached the perfect balance between incision on the briar and exaltation of the wonderful designs offered by nature.
This particular finishing is called “Old Antiquari” and is achieved by a powerful jet of mixed air with corundum powder. It is available in four colors: black, walnut, natural, red.

Castello Trade Mark

Castello Collection was born during 1947 and it was the mark used for clear smooth pipes, higher in quality than “Castello” finishing.

“Castello”

Castello “Castello” was born in 1947 and was the first finishing utilized for clear and blondes pipes.

Castello Collection

Castello Collection was born during 1947 and it was the mark used for clear smooth pipes, higher in quality than “Castello” finishing.

Castello Collection Occhio di Pernice

The mark “Occhio di Pernice” was born in the beginning of ‘ 80. Before, pipes featured by this particular cut were catalogued as “Collection”. Since January 2003 “Occhio di Pernice” has been graded using the classical “K” system.

 

Castello Collection Fiammata

It was born in the beginning of ’60 and it featured pipes with an extra high quality and straight grained pipes, just fiammata.

Castello Collection Greatline

It was born, together with the mark “Bigline” (now discontinued), in the middle of ‘70s.

Castello Aristrocratica

 

Castello Flame

The first use of this mark Castello “Flame” was during 2000 and it features those creations, evolutions of the classical “Epoca”.