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Beautiful, yet affordable clay pipes made by Missouri Meerschaum

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  1. If you or someone you know is a fan of clay pipes or just wants to try them out.  This Trio Old Dominion Clay Pipe Set is just what you've been looking for.  Each of these pipes has its own style and purpose that is great for fitting any need.   The Williamsburg with its short stem is compact, yet has a generous bowl perfect for traveling.  The Jamestowne with its long stem and the small bulbous bowl is great for a quick pinch of tobacco.  The third pipe in this set is "The Dutchman", a faithful reproduction of 19th-century Dutch pipes, is just the short-stemmed pipe you need when you want a large pinch at the end of the day when you can sit and relax.  Each of these pipes is made from non-toxic, commercially produced clay, and bisque fired, as were the originals over 100 years ago. 
  2. The Classic Trio Pipe Set is 3 of the most iconic designs of their type of pipe in wood, corn cob, and clay.   The simple styling and functional design make each of these a great gift for a pipe user.  Each unit comes with one Jamestowne Clay Pipe, One Ozark Mountain Hardwood Pipe, and One Missouri Pride Corn Cob Pipe packaged in a rustic brown burlap bag perfect for any gift giving opportunity.
  3. This faithful reproduction of a 19th-century Dutch clay pipe design shows just how great the classic styles can be.  This short, stout pipe is perfect for keeping in your pocket while on those long voyages.  The easy draw of this pipe makes it perfect for a large pinch of your favorite tobacco.  These Old Dominion Clay Pipes are manufactured using non-toxic, commercially produced clay and bisque fired to stay true to the original design.  In order to keep the pipes historically accurate, the pipe stems are not glazed.
  4. The Jamestowne style of pipe is a mid-17th century colonial-era pipe designed for smoking a "pinch" of pipe tobacco.  This style of pipe was a very popular design back when tobacco was still considered an expensive commodity. The Jamestowne features a decorative line of milling around the rim of the bowl as well as a defined “heel” at the base of the bowl. 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.
  5. This Early 18th-century English clay pipe is a faithful reproduction of the original colonial-era 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.  This short-stemmed pipe was a constant companion for many colonial travelers because it was more compact and less prone to breakage than longer stemmed tavern pipes. 
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