The “Disamara” design stemmed from Bruto’s need to stay smoking cool while riding in his motorcycle. When traveling in high speed, the greater oxygen intake into a lit pipe increases the burning intensity of the ember (and for pipe smokers, burning too hot is something to be avoided!). The Disamara’s unique shape allows for a balanced and even burn under these circumstances. The name Disamara refers to the likeness of the pipe’s shape to those of the dried fruits of the maple, ash, elm and ailanti (tree of heaven) trees.




The Kronos line is a set of four pipes inspired by the U.S. based Kronos String Quartet. The inspiration for creating the Kronos line is the artistic brilliance of the Kronos Quartet, as they exhibit the most innovative and contemporary interpretations in their performances while staying true to the characteristics of traditional repertoires. The shapes of the Kronos line employ playful dueling of contrasts and references; from the push and pull of harmoniously complimenting lines and the jagged polar divergence emerges the avant-garde Kronos Four.



The Melos line is inspired by the Germany based Melos String Quartet. Each Melos pipe is adorned with both silver and gold. Unlike the Kronos line, which has a set of four different shapes, there is currently only one shape in the Melos line. However, Bruto has promised to continue the series in the near future.



The Montana pipe is designed for use while walking and enjoying the tranquil atmosphere and the pristine surroundings of our Appennini Mountains. Each Montana pipe is graced with an adornment that combines genuine silver and wood found in the lush woodlands that surrounds Cagli.



The Capitolina pipe is designed for the Pipe Club of Rome (Pipa Club di Roma). The design incorporates elements of the classical architecture and harmoniously combines them with the character of the briar. The carved rim of the pipe bowl, with rising clouds of smoke while the pipe is being enjoyed, is reminiscent of the pedestal of a Roman column. The seven points at the base of the mouthpiece symbolize the seven hills that have encircled the Eternal City (Rome) for thousands of years.