This smoking pipe includes a flat bottom to the bowl, so the pipe sits on its own. Cross grain covers the smooth, rounded edges between the panels with birds-eye grain. The carver carried the square shape of the shank into the tapered stem. A straight, brindle stem adds some contrasting lines to this English classic. With a stamp of “Jermyn St.,” this pipe was likely made between 1990 and 2000. Grab this smoking pipe for a smooth smoking experience.
5.5 inches long, 1.625 inches tall, 1.30 ounces