2C Ceramic Tobacco Pipe..5 FREE Brass Screens. Stone, Wood, & Glass Alternative.

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Seller: davidgeorgeedge (1,771) 100%, Location: Tylersburg, Pennsylvania, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 151959454040 Welcome to Druid Pottery’s Tobacco Pipes.This is Druid Pottery's newest addition to our line of Ceramic Tobacco Pipes.These pipes are a Little Longer, Thicker Stem and A Larger Pot.They are more RUGGED that our regular 2BOffered for sale is (1) ONE Classic Black Tobacco Smoking Pipe about 2 3/8 to 2 3/4 inches long.You will get 1 (ONE) of the tobacco pipes pictured in the photos above. Please Note:See More Sizes and Pricesby clicking on the link above and rightIn the Seller Information BoxLabeled "See Other Items" These tobacco pipes are made entirely in the United States. They are formed by hand (See photos above), bisqued to cone 08, then pit-fired and carbon trapped to achieve the desired effect. After making over three thousand pipes, we have developed an excellent design both for style and function. The Pipe is made from ceramic so it will not get hot like glass or metal. The Stem is designed to be graceful yet strong. (with limits) The Pot is crafted with a tapering bore ending in a slotted outlet to promote even burning and less tobacco lost in corners. The Bowl is ergonomically contoured to fit your left thumb and index finger for a “Made for Me” feel. No-Tip Flat Bottom keeps your tobacco safe. Small Size makes it easy to carry in the palm of your hand or a convenient pocket. Wash the outside with mild soap and water. Use no solvents since they can be absorbed into the pipe. Clean the stem with standard pipe cleaners. Clay tobacco pipes have been around since the 1740's. They were designed and primarily intended for tobacco use. Clay pipes imported from England typically have a small bowl and long stem and are made of kaolin (a fine, white clay); this type of pipe is common to Colonial-period archaeological sites. A number of different kinds of clay pipes were also produced in the US. A common type produced in the eastern United States in the 18th and 19th centuries has a comparatively large bowl with a short stem into which a longer stem (usually of reed) was inserted.Our tobacco pipes are an amalgamation of these two types.The tobacco pipe is individually shaped by my hand, making each pipe unique. Several of the photos show how a 5 inch tobacco pipe is formed by hand. Each of our tobacco pipes are constructed in this fashion. After being shaped and dried, the pipes are bisqued. The next step is most interesting and ancient. The pipes are re-fired directly in the fire. This is one of the oldest firing methods known. Pieces millennia old exist today.This black tobacco pipe was created by a process called carbon trapping. That is, it is embedded in sawdust during firing while denying it access to oxygen. The blackness of the pipe is in reality pure carbon searching for that oxygen.Please note the following statements:No one under the age of 18 is allowed to purchase this product.This product should be purchased for its intended use only.This product is for Tobacco Users.FREE SHIPPING to All 50 States.With proper use and care, you can expect up to 3500 years of functionality. Condition: New, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Country of Manufacture: United States, Material: Carbon-Trapped Clay, Construction Style: Hand-Crafted

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