(pipe on top in the picture) The Old Dominion “The Dutchman” clay pipe is a faithful reproduction of a 19th century Dutch clay pipe. This short, stout pipe with it’s easy draw makes it ideal for a large pinch of your favorite tobacco. The Dutchman’s size makes it perfect for storage in the pocket on those long voyages!

Whether you need a fantastic smoking pipe or a piece of history, The Dutchman is right for you!

These are fashioned from non-toxic, commercially produced clay, and bisque fired, as were the originals.

In order to keep the pipes historically accurate, the pipe stems are not glazed.

 

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(pipe in the middle of the picture) The Old Dominion Williamsburg Clay Pipe is a faithful reproduction of an early 18th century English clay pipe. Fragments of the original colonial-era pipe found on the Old Dominion farm were scanned using a 3D printer, “re-assembled” by computer-aided design (CAD), and reverse engineered to make a master mold with 3D print technology for this clay pipe.

These are fashioned from non-toxic, commercially produced clay, and bisque fired, as were the originals. In order to keep the pipes historically-accurate, the pipe stems are not glazed.

The “Williamsburg” is named in honor of the renowned 18th century capital of the Virginia Colony (1699-1780).  This shorter stemmed version would have been the constant companion for colonial travelers throughout the Colonies as well as British Redcoats and colonial militia on campaign needing a shorter stemmed pipe that was readily compact and less prone to breakage unlike the longer stemmed tavern pipes.  It is a great smoker for the tobacco pipe enthusiast or simply as a keepsake souvenir for those interested in the history of Colonial America.

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(pipe on bottom of the picture) The Old Dominion Jamestowne Clay Pipe is a mid- 17th century colonial-era pipe. Fragments of the original colonial-era pipe found on the Old Dominion farm were scanned using a 3D printer, “re-assembled” by computer-aided design (CAD), and reverse engineered to make a master mold with 3D print technology for this clay pipe. Like the original pipe it was copied from, the Jamestowne features a decorative line of milling around the rim of the bowl as well as a defined “heel” at the base of the bowl.

These are fashioned from non-toxic, commercially produced clay, and bisque fired, as were the originals. In order to keep the pipes historically accurate, the pipe stems are not glazed.

The “Jamestowne” is named in honor of the first successful English settlement in North America.  It was a flourishing capital of the young Virginia Colony and a center for colonial trade and commerce. 17th century clay pipes small bulbous bowls were designed to smoke a “pinch” of tobacco at a time when tobacco was still regarded as an expensive commodity.

This pipe makes a great taste test pipe for sampling various blends or as a historical keepsake representing the early industry in colonial America.