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    The "Venus" clay pipe is a late Victorian era pipe that was created using an original circa 1900 bronze mold and features a semi-nude neoclassical woman reclining against the scallop-shaped bowl. She reclines along the narrow stem in a strikingly similar pose to the famous Roman goddess depicted in the well-preserved Pompeii fresco at the Casa di Venus, pre 79 A.D. Whether purchasing this pipe to enjoy with your favorite tobacco blend, or simply buying it as an elegant keepsake, the Venus will make a fine addition to any collection. The "Venus" clay pipe is fashioned from non-toxic, commercially produced clay, and bisque fired.    
  • The Old Dominion "The Dutchman" clay pipe is a faithful reproduction of a 19th century Dutch clay pipe. This short, stout pipe with it's easy draw makes it ideal for a large pinch of your favorite tobacco. The Dutchman’s size makes it perfect for storage in the pocket on those long voyages! Whether you need a fantastic smoking pipe or a piece of history, The Dutchman is right for you! These are fashioned from non-toxic, commercially produced clay, and bisque fired, as were the originals. In order to keep the pipes historically accurate, the pipe stems are not glazed.  
  • The simple design of the Chesapeake harkens back to the corn cob pipes enjoyed in the 1890’s.  This natural bowl is fitted with a hardwood plug insert and a bamboo shank which makes the Chesapeake a perfect fit for your favorite tobacco.

    Due to the nature of the corn cobs themselves, you may notice some chipping on the top edge of your pipe. This is perfectly normal and won’t in any way affect the way your pipe smokes. The chips only add to the charm and character of your corn cob pipe. Enjoy!

    See the Product Description below for more details.


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