Already since the 13th century, on the high seas, in fog or storm, important instructions were transmitted to the crew by the boatman by this whistle.
Meanwhile this is probably to be regarded as historical, but the fine, high pitched sound and the many variation possibilities have found their way into many other genres. Already in older Star Trek movies this whistle was used for sound effects and recently it is also found in Harry Potter movies: Rolanda Hooch, who teaches students how to fly with the broom and play Quidditch, uses the Boatswains Pipe to start the games or to begin a practice lesson.
This is the whistle we have chosen for you. It captivates by the many modulation possibilities, which can be produced by simply covering with the hand, as well as the trills, which can be intoned with the tongue.
An extraordinary shape, first-class and filigree workmanship and a unique sound make this beautiful effect whistle a small, aesthetic gemstone in our collection.