Old Dominion decided to name this pipe "Richmond" in honor of Virginia's capital city that was founded by Colonel William Byrd II when he began building his tobacco warehouses at the Falls of the James River in the early 18th Century. The bamboo stem style became popular during the early 20th century through the Great Depression and up until the 1940s. Old Dominion refers to this pipe as a mammoth and beast and boy are those adjectives accurate. Pay attention to our measurements below because this is not your average corncob pipe.
Brand: Old Dominion Pipe
Model: Corn Cob Pipe
Length: 6.36 in. / 161.62 mm.
Height: 2.00 in. / 50.83 mm.
Weight: 1.6 oz. / 45 g.
Bowl Depth: 1.36 in. / 34.68 mm.
Bowl Outside Diameter: 1.71 in. / 43.46 mm.
Bowl Inside Diameter: 0.88 in. / 22.41 mm.
Bowl Material: Corn Cob
Stem Material: Bamboo
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