Medium Clay Smooth Tobacco Pipe

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SKU:
TP-3779A

This medium sized clay pipe includes everything you love about clay pipes with one added advantage: it is no longer so bulky and difficult to travel with. At less than seven inches long, this is smaller than a vast majority of clay pipes. The smooth finish design of this clay is a staple of early pipes and is sure to bring out the classic pipesman in any smoker.

Brand: Clay

Model: Medium

Style: Smooth

Shape: Other

Length: 6.90 in. / 175.39 mm.

Height: 1.36 in. / 34.59 mm.

Weight: 0.4 in. / 12 g.

Bowl Depth: 1.04 in. / 26.52 mm.

Bowl Outside Diameter: 0.85 in. / 21.68 mm.

Bowl Inside Diameter: 0.66 in. / 16.77 mm.

Filter: None

Finish: Smooth

Bowl Material: Clay

Stem Material: Clay

Package: Bag

Country: USA

 

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*Pipe measurements are approximate

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4 Reviews

  • 4
    Medium clay

    Posted by Badgerbane on 6th Mar 2020

    Lightweight, good draw, feels great, stays dry throughout. When it gets stained, a couple of minutes in the fireplace leaves it good as new.

  • 5
    Clay smooth pipe

    Posted by Ben on 21st Feb 2020

    What a comfortable, super lite, easy on the teeth, affordable clay pipe.Can do yard work and garden with no problems. Fits perfectly in my shirt or coat pocket. A smooth stem that doesn't feel like a rock or piece of chalk between my teeth. Flakes seem to burn better and longer. I will definitely buy again and highly recommend for a first-time clay pipe person.

  • 3
    Nice novel pipe

    Posted by David c foster on 13th Jan 2020

    Well made, something to show off.

  • 5
    Great pipe all around

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Feb 2018

    I enjoy this pipe more than I thought I would. It's not as fragile as I thought but I'm still extrememly careful with it. It has easily become one of my favorite pipes. It doesn't have a very big bowl, so be aware of that. And it colors as a meerschaum would, but much faster and alot less pretty but as I understand it you can just put it in the oven and bake it and it goes back to white or atleast close to it. I haven't tried this so do it at your own risk. I highly recommend this pipe if you want a great piece steeped in alot of interesting history.