If there is one term that we associate with the phrase "Jolly Roger" or pirate, it has got to be Buccaneer. This term immediately evokes specific emotions and makes us all think of the same thing. This idea is what inspired Roger Wallenstein to release Jolly Roger Buccaneer tobacco pipes. As the original collection of the Jolly Roger, these pipes hold on to a special place in the heart of pipe collectors and smokers.
Buccaneers first established themselves in the mid-1620s in the Caribbean. Originally these were French and English hunters, banding together to fight off an aggressive Spanish armada that was taking steps to control as many islands as they could for their country. In fact, the word Buccaneer comes from the French "boucanier," which perfectly described what the people did before becoming pirates.
Wallenstein made the Buccaneer pipes in a freehand shape and provided them with two different acrylic stems, one black and the other white. This way, you can have a little creativity with the pipe's look.
Wallenstein designed these stems so they could accommodate 9mm pipe filters, but you can enjoy your Jolly Roger Buccaneer smoking session without them, should you prefer.
Roger Wallenstein has had a notable history of creating fantastic looking smoking pipes that are pieces worth holding on to and enjoying. If you love history and pipe collecting, you must take a look at these Buccaneer pipes.