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The "Shire" Cobbit

Availability: In stock

$19.99

Quick Overview

The Shire Corn Cob Pipe is one of two mid-sized pipes in the Cobbit Collection of our new, churchwarden style pipes. It has an acorn-shaped bowl that's not only pleasing to behold, but pleasing when held in the palm of your hand. Like all pipes in the Cobbit Collection, the bowl has a dark stain added to the coating, a genuine, hardwood insert in the bottom, and an Italian vulcanite bit.

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The Shire Corn Cob Pipe is one of two mid-sized pipes in the Cobbit Collection of our new, churchwarden style pipes. It has an acorn-shaped bowl that's not only pleasing to behold, but pleasing when held in the palm of your hand. Like all pipes in the Cobbit Collection, the bowl has a dark stain added to the coating, a genuine, hardwood insert in the bottom, and an Italian vulcanite bit. The Shire is not flashy – just dependable and trustworthy – always there to help ease the cares of the day with a bowl of your favorite leaf.

Bent only

Non-filtered

Approximate Dimensions

          Length:   7.5 in / 190.5 mm

          Bowl Height:   1.875 in / 47.625 mm

          Chamber Diameter:   .75 in/19.05 mm

          Chamber Depth:   1.25 in/31.75 mm

Customer Reviews

Great Product - My Husband Really likes Cobs! Review by Kathleen
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I recently bought a "Cobbit Shire" and a "Diplomat" pipe for my husband. He loves them! I'm working on buying him a couple of Peterson pipes to go along with these. He really likes to smoke a bowl every day. Just one. But, he smokes truly sublime aromatics, mostly. So, I get a benefit too - I get to smell the wonderful tobaccos he smokes. No criticisms for these pipes at all - better than anticipated in every way! (Posted on 8/23/2015)
Another Hit for MM Review by John
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If you want a smaller Curchwardem Here it is it smokes cool. The bowl is fairly large, it also sit in the hand nice and comfortable. Did I say you can clench it. This pipe has given me some enjoyable 45 min smokes. This pipe will handle whatever tabacco you want to smoke. Ithe bowl is slightly larger than the Country Gentleman. this will give you an idea about the bowl. (Posted on 5/2/2015)
Awesome Pipe Review by B
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This pipe smokes exceptionally well, has a very nice draw like all corn cobs i've smoked. I really like the shape of the bowl it fits so nicely in the hand and looks really nice. The stem is a little loose but does not hamper the "smokeability" at all. Overall awesome pipe, large bowl, great finish, and great quality. (Posted on 1/26/2015)
Land of the Shire Review by Fredrik King
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Well, my pair of Shire Cobbit corncob churchwardens arrived testerday. The Shire, not surprizingly, offers a great smoke, and of course is attractive to boot. I suppose the stem could be sturdier, but I'm fairly certain we'll see a Forever Stem soon for the Cobbits family. But as it is now, the Shire is still a fine pipe--and this is from someone who smokes cobs with some reluctance and for rotation purposes. Rotation with these pipes has turned out to be a lot easier! The extented stem provides a cool smoke, and the Shire is one other thing that must be needed in the pipe industry: a short churchwarden. Clenching is slightly cumbersome because of the smaller button, but if you grip it a little bast the button, clentching becomes much easier.
I'm thinking about a Dward Cobbit now--I understand it's a smaller pipe, making it ideal to smoke while working either at a desk or in a workshop or garage. I'm sure it will smoke just as well as a Shire, and probably clentch better. But I'm sure, depending on how long these pipes last (rim burn is already started, even with a Zippo equiped with a pipe chimney), but that's to be expected on a cob.
All in all, a terrific pipe. (Posted on 1/25/2015)

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