Clay pipes were typical fare of the fur trade, and featured prominently in the lives of many peoples of the 17th and 18th century. Designed with small bowls for smoking a pinch of valuable tobacco, they persist to this day, for historical re-enactments, and as they provide very "clean" smoking properties due to the clay bowl (as opposed to wood, or cob).
The Williamsburg clay pipe is made from non-toxic, commercially refined clay, and features a Large (by clay pipe standards) 3/4" (2cm) diameter bowl. With proper care when transporting, the Williamsburg is an excellent companion for all your camp smokables.
Williamsburg Clay Pipe Specs
Length: 17.5cm (6 7/8”)
Height: 4cm mm (1.5”)
Weight: 18 g (0.6”)
Bowl Depth: 3.5cm (1 3/8”)
Bowl Outside Diameter: 2.3cm (7/8”)
Bowl Inside Diameter: 2cm (3/4”)
Made in the USA.