Virginia Tavern Pipe
VIRGINIA TAVERN PIPE
Clay pipes were first smoked in England in the late 16th century, and were commonplace in the taverns of America in the 18th and 19th centuries. The long stem was crafted for communal use—the end of the pipe could be snapped off to provide a new mouthpiece for each smoker. The clay is pure, the smoke not hindered by the vessel employed. Ours is beautiful; boxed for giving and keeping. American-made.