Pipe Store

 Profits for the sale of pipes are given to the work of the Daughters of Bulgaria.

Thanks for looking!  All the pipes offered have been cleaned thoroughly, and are ready to be adopted!  You can read about the story of each pipe and their restoration by searching The Pipe Steward. The price listed is for the pipe.  Postage is paid for by the buyer (about 12$ to the US from Bulgaria or less in Europe – bundling multiple purchases is possible) but specific rates and options will be determined after receiving a mailing address.  Payment can be sent using this direct link: PayPal.Me/ThePipeSteward or this email address: ThePipeSteward@gmail.com from your personal PayPal account.

When PayPal gives the option, “Friends and Family”, please consider me a friend so that I’m not charged a fee that takes away what I can give to the Daughters! Thanks!

Contact me  with your questions!  If you don’t see any pipes still available for sale here, it us because most pipe sales are from choosing unrestored pipes and ‘Commissioning’ them.  For information about commissioning, go to For “Pipe Dreamers” Only!


Savinelli Dry System 362 Bent Dublin – This is Savinelli’s response to the Peterson System pipe which is purported to improve upon the design by adding the optional Savinelli balsa filtering system to augment a trap design.  Savinelli’s P-Lip stem also is easier to clean and has a different button design to diminish tongue burn. This Savinelli Dry System has an attractive tightly applied rusticated bowl contrasting with a smooth briar rim that is beautiful.  The classy 3/4 Bent Dublin bowl settles very comfortably in the palm for a great time of fellowship. You can read more about the restoration process at this LINK. This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward. Length: 5 3/4 inches, Height: 1 3/4 inches, Rim width: 1 3/8 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/2 inches.  SALE PENDING – Price $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


Modernistic Blue-White Acrylic Stem Billiard  I acquired this acrylic stem Billiard in what I call the French Lot of 50 which I acquired from the French eBay auction block.  There are no markings on the pipe indicating origin, but my guess is that the COM is France.  The upper stummel’s white hue transitions nicely into the deep ocean blue that is picked up in a striking way in the blue acrylic stem – which seems almost to have fire.  This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward.  Length: 6 inches, Height: 2 inches, Rim diameter: 1 3/8 inches; Chamber diameter 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 3/4 inches.  SOLD Price $50.00USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Stanwell Henley Special Blasted Saddle Stem Billiard – I’m very pleased with the results of this second of the 3 1950s/60s Stanwell Henley Specials I acquired.  The Danish craftsmanship is evident in all three pipes and this Blasted Billiard is no exception.  The blasting amazes me with the craggy surface showing the 3-dimensional movement of the briar grain.  One ravine is cut so drastically, at first, I thought it was a cracked bowl when I first acquired the pipes, but it remains as part of a very expressive, deep hued blasted briar landscape.  With a chamber width of 7/8 inches and depth of 2 inches, the amount of blend one can pack into this bowl is pretty impressive and with the size of the stummel and the blasting – well, I’m tempted to keep it for myself, but the third Stanwell Henley Special next on the table will be staying with me.   You can read more about the restoration process at this LINK. This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward. Length: 5 1/2 inches, Height: 2 1/4 inches, Rim width: 1 7/16 inches, Chamber width: 7/8 inches, Chamber depth: 2 inches.  SOLDPrice $75USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A GBD Constitution, Made in London England, 1978 Calabash – This early 1980’s vintage GBD has striking briar grain. The flame of the grain is beautiful as it winds vertically toward the rim.  The gentle sweep of the Calabash as it transitions from bowl, to shank, to stem, and to button, is very nice and cradles well in the hand.  A very nice pipe to add to the collection!  You can read more about the restoration process at this LINK . This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward. Length: 5 5/8 inches, Height: 1 7/8 inches, Rim width: 1 3/8 inches, Chamber width: 7/8 inches, Chamber depth: 1 9/16 inches. SOLD Price $75USD + Postage to be paid by buyer. 


ASport’ Horn Stem Sculpted Stubby Paneled Tomato Pocket – This whimsical Pocket Pipe has a lot of mystery tied to it, but most likely was French made during or soon after WW2.  The horn stem is beautiful and the sculpted bowl mounted to it is an interesting ensemble.  The sculpting appears to be vines and leaves, with a basket depicted on the heel.  The size is a pocket perfect fit and will be a good friend to a new steward. You can read more about the restoration process at this LINK. This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward. Length: 4 1/4 inches, Height: 1 1/8 inches, Rim width: 1 inch, Chamber width: 11/16 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/8 inches. SOLD Price $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer. 


A BBB Classic London, England 106S Chimney – This ‘Best British Briar’ Classic line is dated in the 1950s/60s and reflecting English style is diminutive but classic. The tall Chimney shape is distinctive mounted on the saddle stem and sporting a striking presentation of different briar grain patterns – most distinctive to me is the large patch of tightly wound bird’s eye. You can read more about the restoration process at this LINK. This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward.  Length: 5 3/8 inches, Height: 1 7/8 inches, Rim width: 1 1/8 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, and Chamber depth: 1 3/4 inches.  SOLD Price $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer. 


An Italian La Strada Scenario 130 Canadian– The La Strada name is an Italian pipe produced mainly for export tot he USA.  The grain is exceptional.  The bowl showcases both flame and vertical grains with some bird’s eye on the heel.  The longer Canadian shank is also a great plus – a cooler smoking experience and the Canadian shape simply has a great presence in the palm.  You can read more about the restoration process at this LINK. This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward. Length: 6 1/8 inches, Height: 1 7/8 inches, Rim width: 1 3/8 inches, Chamber width: 7/8 inches, Chamber depth: 1 9/16 inches.  SOLDPrice $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Silver Match Toronto 115 Squat LumbermanThis Silver Match Toronto Squat Lumberman came out well.  The grain is striking with a smattering of swirls, waves, bird’s eye, and flame…, it’s an expressive piece of briar!  As a Lumberman, it’s a smaller pipe – at 5 inches long it will fit easily in the pocket, yet the bowl is still a very nice size to accommodate your favorite blend.  You can read more about the restoration process at this LINK. This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward. Length: 5 inches, Height: 1 3/4 inches, Rim width: 1 3/8 inches, Chamber width: 7/8 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/2 inches. SOLDPrice $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


An Aristocrat Made in London, London England 1077 Rusticated Bent Billiard – This nice Billiard has deep and expressive dark rustication that has that classic English feel – perhaps the name ‘Aristocrat’.  It is a larger pipe that fits very nicely in the palm and the half-bent stem has good balance. You can read more about the Aristocrat restoration process at this LINK (coming soon). This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward. Length: 5 15/16 inches, Height: 2 inch’ses, Rim width: 1 1/4 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 13/16 inches. SOLD Price $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


 

13 thoughts on “Pipe Store

    1. Dal in Bulgaria

      Hi Gary, Yes, the No Name Bulgarian is available and is in St. Louis. If you would like it, please send me an email and we can work out the details.

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    1. ThePipeSteward - Dal in Bulgaria

      I wish I did. I have several Peretti pipes in the “Help me!” Basket but I’m in the US now and my work table is back in Bulgaria. It will be next February before I could get to it. I have several Oom Paul’s, a half bent Billiard and an Extra large straight Billiard available to restore but not until February! You can see these pipes pictured on my restoration of a Large Full Egg from that same Peretti lot (https://thepipesteward.com/2017/08/10/revitalizing-a-distinctive-l-j-peretti-of-boston-large-full-bent-egg/). Let me know if you can wait!

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  1. Toby

    Hey!
    My father-in-law shared this link with me after stopping by your work in Bulgaria a few weeks ago. I’m interested in having the Imperial Churchwarden Algerian restored to purchase it for a friend of mine. Please contact me with details.

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  2. Brian Herzog

    I am looking for a Peterson oom Paul any help? I love the oom Paul shape and wish I wouldn’t of missed the two Peretti above. Any more in the near future? I love what you guys are doing and I have learned so much and have started on my own pipes! Thanks again Brian!

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      1. Brian Herzog

        Yeah I would love to see that pipe when you are done(Peretti oom Paul). I don’t think there is much doubt I will want it. Also the Jobey bent dublin is one I am also interested in. What do I have to do to get the ball rolling on the oom Paul and both if possible? Let me know what is next! Thanks Brian

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  3. Steve

    Hey Dal,
    How do I know what’s coming up on the work table? Looking for a (not sure of the term) bent shank, shaft pipe and all I saw that I liked were sold already. Suggestions on favorite smooth and smell great tobaccos?

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