offers very good processing at a good price/performance ratio and is well-known for innovative, partially revolutionary pipes.
Both models illustrated here point clearly to which performances designers are fit are able to.
The brand name Chacom
is a combination of the family names Chapuis and Comoy. The factory was founded in Avignon,
France in 1825, when the Comoy family started producing pipes there. Henry Comoy moved the production to London
and from 1879 onwards he used his family name as a brand for his briar pipes. In 1922 the factory merged with one
of his nephews Louis and Charles Chapuis. In the following period the production moved from London to Saint-Claude
and several changes in names and ownership took place.
The mark La Bruy? became the most important of the factory, since changes in names caused confusion.
Standard in the shape assortment of Chacom is a series of 37 classical pipe shapes, finished in series differing in grade,
luxoury and colour.
Next to this, the factory also produces shapes designed by Yves Grenard and the freehand-artist Pierre Morel.
At Chacom the cabochons are dried in the traditional way, which takes at least one to two years,
stored in sheds with natural air circulation.
The process guarantees the sweet taste of the Chacom pipes
, for which it is renown.
Designer pipes | Chacom Carbon | Chacom Bamboo | Chacom Ivory