I have owned a Red Briar, a Torch, and an Excellence Flame, all of which were sold for a pretty penny, though I could get more now. The other side of the shank is simply marked with "Caminetto".
A clear indication that he had very strong feelings as to his future with Caminetto. The Tinderbox catalog celebrates Gianni Davoli as "master pipe maker and designer" and "the sole creator of the Caminetto" without a single mention of Ascorti or Radice! As some of you know, I got this Caminetto as a lightly used estate some time ago, and only had to do a pretty basic clean up on it. The mouthpiece felt strange in the mouth, Plexiglas being somewhat harder than vulcanite; however, the material did not oxidize over a period of time, thus, did not produce that terrible look and taste so often associated with a pipe.