Have a piece of history with you by purchasing a Chacom pipe. Made by the famous French Chapuis-Comoy Company, Chacom tobacco pipes are old-school pipes made with modern-day flair.
Members of the Comoy family have been making pipes since 1825, which is even before briar had been discovered as a useful material for smoking pipes. From making pipes for soldiers in Napoleon's army to providing today's smokers with amazing pipes, the Chapuis-Comoy Company has set the standard for many companies that came after.
The Chacom brand, a combination of the two family’s initials, is the signature brand out of dozens produced by the nearly 200-year-old pipe-making family.
While they were exploding in popularity during the turn of the last century, Chapuis-Comoy started seeing some competition from outside of France. To counter this, the Chacom brand was born in 1928. Soon, word spread of their quality and international demand started coming in. It did not take long, and Chacom tobacco pipes became the number one pipes in France, Belgium, and The United States after World War Two. The history of excellence in french pipe construction continues today (Read more Chacom history).
With a massive selection of styles, it will be difficult to NOT find something that you love the look of. This makes the Chacom brand an excellent source of smoking pipes for collectors, who can easily fill up an entire pipe stand with just various members of the Chacom line-up.
Consider the king styles, with the extra-large bowls. Perhaps the long stems of their churchwardens are more to your liking? You could always select the Jurrasic line, with classic shapes that have an ashen color to them, as if they were carved and shaped from a dinosaur itself.
Browse our selection of Chacom tobacco pipes and you’ll understand why, from the first smoke.