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    The Old Dominion Williamsburg Clay Pipe is a faithful reproduction of an early 18th century English clay pipe. Fragments of the original colonial-era pipe found on the Old Dominion farm were scanned using a 3D printer, "re-assembled" by computer-aided design (CAD), and reverse engineered to make a master mold with 3D print technology for this clay pipe. 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 "Williamsburg" is named in honor of the renowned 18th century capital of the Virginia Colony (1699-1780).  This shorter stemmed version would have been the constant companion for colonial travelers throughout the Colonies as well as British Redcoats and colonial militia on campaign needing a shorter stemmed pipe that was readily compact and less prone to breakage unlike the longer stemmed tavern pipes.  It is a great smoker for the tobacco pipe enthusiast or simply as a keepsake souvenir for those interested in the history of Colonial America.
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    The Old Dominion Clay Pipe Set from Missouri Meerschaum features the Williamsburg and Jamestowne colonial-era clay pipes. Fragments of the original colonial-era pipe found on the Old Dominion farm were scanned, pieced together with CAD software, modeled using 3D printing resulting in a master mold for this clay pipe. The Old Dominion Willamsburg Clay Pipe honors the capital of the Virginia Colony during the 18th Century, a shorter stemmed pipe that would have been in the hands of those traversing the Colonial landscape. This clay pipe is perfectly compact and features a generous, yet subdued, bowl. The Old Dominion Jamestowne Clay Pipe is a tribute to the first, and most famous, of English settlements in North America. This pipe is longer stemmed, the rim adorned with decorative milling, and features a small, yet bulbous, bowl for smoking a “pinch” of tobacco. These are fashioned from non-toxic, commercially produced clay, and bisque fired, as were the originals. See further details below

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