Italian Plateau briar. German Ebonite rod. Bowl is approximately 3″ tall. Chamber is 2.85″ deep (conical) and 7/8″ wide Draft is 5/32″ Stem is 5/32″ taper-drilled and v-slotted. Total length: Approx. 5.75″
My apologies but I do not have any pipes ready for sale at the moment. I have a few custom orders to finish before I can start building up stock for the website. For all of my projects I use the finest-quality Italian, Grecian, and Algerian briar and the best German Ebonite and Acrylic rod […]
A custom request based on an Invicta Briars shape, this pipe was a long time in the making. Essentially a freehand with a hand-cut acrylic stem, it’s long, low, curvy, and little more American than English (*blame the maker). Draft is 5/32″ Stem is taper-drilled (5/32″) and V-cut. Tenon is perfectly fit to end of […]
I probably have 30 hours into this pipe – it nearly killed me. So I kept it, and I smoke it regularly. I’ll add a photo at some point of what it looks like now.
Spillcobs can be modified to your specifications. From a straight-forward series of stain applications to a completely custom cob with a hand-cut shank and stem. I’ll make it happen. Please note that many of these cobs feature Forever Stems by Walker Briar Works. I highly endorse Forever Stems and want to give credit where credit […]
20-degree bowl cant cut from Algerian briar. Big thanks to Steve Norse at Vermont Freehands.
This pipe was actually given to a friend and has since been sold on Ebay.
A special-order pipe made for the proprietor of a B&M. Italian briar and ebonite stem.
These pipes were made concurrently and fitted with preformed (though hand-worked) stems. I no longer use preformed stems but include this photo to illustrate one type of rustication I can offer.
These miniature billiards were made by request and were really quite a challenge. I made two at the same time, figuring that one would be a failure. I guess I got lucky- they worked!