The Pipe Store

 Sales of restored pipes benefit 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 (first class US postal rates apply from Colorado and will ship internationally – 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 Venmo to @Dal-Stanton.

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!


A Bennington Supreme Half Bent Billiard –  This classic Bent Billiard is stamped with the name of a tobacconist, Bennington Pipes & Tobaccos, which had shops in the Florida cities of Boca Raton and Sarasota.   Without doubt, the briar grain is exquisite and expressive on this pipe.  The right side of the stummel has a spider web grain pattern and the right side has a loose pattern of bird’s eye. The heel and moving up the underside of the shank are patterns of tightly woven bird’s eye.  The landscape has much to offer.  More can be read 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 3/4 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/2 inches AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE Price $65USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Lincoln London Style Real Sandblasted Briar Billiard – The rustic, classic look and feel of this Lincoln London Style Sandblasted Briar Billiard is appealing.  Billiards are considered ‘work horse’ pipes and this one is no exception and ready to go again.  The blasted briar finish, well, it rocks.  The flecked reddish highlights of the blasted peaks give depth and eye-drawing appeal to the briar surface.  The bowl is perfectly molded to hold. More can be read about the restoration process at this LINK.  This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward. Length; 6 inches, Height: 1 3/4 inches, Rim width: 1 1/4 inches, Chamber width: 7/8 inches, Chamber depth: 1 5/8 inches.  AVAILBLE FOR PURCHASE Price $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Striking Bruyere Extra Paneled Billiard – The transformation of this probable French Bruyere Extra Paneled Billiard is amazing.  Each of the 8 panels acts as a distinct perspective of the canvas showcasing bird’s eye, lateral flame grain and mesmerizing grain flourishes that hold the gaze.  The straight Billiard shape is the classic pipe with the octagonal Paneled bowl providing a touch of flare.  A great addition to one’s pipe collection and rotation. More can be read about the restoration process at this LINK.  This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward. Length: 6 inches, Height: 1 5/8 inches, Rim width: 1 1/4 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/2.  SOLD Price $65USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Lincoln London Made Real Sandblasted Briar Billiard – This is another classic Lincoln Billiard probably manufactured in the 1960s. It presents a rich textured sandblasted briar surface showing shades of hue and contrasts. For those who appreciate the straight forward beauty of a Billiard shape, this pipe would be a nice addition to the rotation. More can be read 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 5/8 inches, Rim width: 1 1/8 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 3/8 inches.  SOLD Price $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Comoy’s St. Regis De Luxe Made in London England Apple This pipe was a mystery regarding the manufacturer, but research revealed it to be a product of Comoy’s of London most likely a special production of pipes made for the luxury hotel chain, St. Regis, back in the day when quality hotels had their own tobacconist shops catering to the customers’ needs.  The grain on this Comoy’s emerged brilliantly through the restoration process and the large Apple shaped bowl will rest comfortably in any steward’s palm.  More can be read 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 1/2 inches, Rim width: 1 1/4 inches, Chamber width: 7/8 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/4 inches.   SALE PENDING Price $65USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.

A Dr. Grabow Sculptura Blasted Bulldog  – The Dr. Grabow Sculptura line dates to the 1960s and this classic Bulldog shape looks great.  The extended nickel shank cap gives the Bulldog a bit of class and the renewed blasted surface is pleasing to the eye and touch.  More can be read 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 5/8 inches, Rim width: 1 1/8 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 7/16 inches.   SOLD Price $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Sculpted Edelweiss Diamond Shanked Horn Stem – This probable French made 1940/50s unbranded sculpted beauty was a diamond waiting to found. The pipe was donated by a Bulgarian friend and colleague working with the Daughters of Bulgaria in Sofia. Rebuilding the button to blend well with the horn stem was a challenge but worth it. The sculpting of the edelweiss flowers and leaves is exquisite and this coupled with the rustic, earthy horn stem, makes for an eye-catching ensemble. The diminutive size of the pipe allows a comfortable fit in the palm. More can be read about the restoration process at this LINK. This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward. Length: 4 3/4 inches, Height: 1 3/8 inches, Rim width: 1 3/8 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/4 inches. SOLD – Price $75USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A French Butz-Choquin Costaud 1597 St. Claude – The rusticated surface of the Butz-Choquin Costaud is the focus of this handsome, stout pipe. The rustic feel of the bowl looks great with the bright contrasting of the acrylic ferrule. The slightly bent stem adds a gentle class to the overall bold appearance of a gentlemen’s pipe. More can be read about the restoration process at this LINK. This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward. Length: 6 inches, Height: 1 16/16inches, Rim width: 1 3/16 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 9/16 inches. SOLD Price $70USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A French Butz-Choquin Régate of St. Claude 1275 Billiard – This Butz-Choquin Régate, product of Saint Claude, France, turned out very well. The grain is expressive and reminds one of tiger fur on the front and back of the bowl. Bird’s eye outcroppings also can be seen. The Billiard shape is a workhorse among pipes and this Billiard cradles nicely in the palm and will serve a new steward well. More can be read 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 5/8 inches, Rim width: 1 3/16 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/2 inches. SOLD – Price $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Venerable Kaywoodie Flame Grain 09B PearThis Kaywoodie Flame Grain 09B Pear is striking. It’s vintage spans from 1937 to probably the late 40s. The quality of the grain is amazing – the bold, distinct flame grain flowing laterally through the bowl is complemented by remarkable bird’s eye pattern. This bird’s eye grain forms a kaleidoscope of cross-cut veins on the fore and aft of the bowl. This Kaywoodie Flame Grain is certainly a collectable pipe and a treasure to add to one’s collection. More can be read about the restoration process at this LINK . This pipe has been thoroughly cleaned and refreshed, and is ready for a new steward. Length: 5 3/16 inches, Height: 1 1/4 inches, Bowl width: 1 3/8 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/4 inches. SOLD Price $65USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A French Classic Jeantet Superior Slightly Bent Chimney The Chimney shape gives a sharp, clean-cut look. This joined with the slightly bent saddle stem gives the pipe a comfortable symmetry. The briar block appears to have been cut near the edge of the bole which manifests the beautiful, active briar seen in this stummel. The fire grain seems to hug and wrap around the bowl tightening into a spider web knot on the back side of the bowl. Without question, a striking landscape for a new steward to enjoy! More can be read 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: 1 7/8 inches, Rim width: 7/8 inches, Chamber width: 5/8 inches, Chamber depth: 1 11/16 inches. SOLD Price $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Stanwell Royal Guard 582 Pickaxe Made in Denmark – Royal Guard was a second of Stanwell which probably dates in the late 60s or early 70s. The dark blasted briar surface draws the eye to the 3-D presentation of grain, and this is augmented by the smooth briar contrast of the inner chamber wall. The Pickaxe shape is sharp and provides a unique tactile hold with the blasted surface. The black acrylic shank cap provides a nice flow transitioning from the conical bowl to the fancy stem. More can be read 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: 2 inches, Rim width: 1 3/16 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/2 inches. SOLD Price $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Butz-Choquin Concorde Geante Plus St. Claude France 1397 Tabac St. Michel Paris Billiard – This BC Concorde is described as a Geante Plus which means loosely, ‘More than a Giant’.  This is a huge, stout Billiard that was meant to be packed with one’s favorite blend and to spend a lot of time reflecting on life.  The grain is eye catching over the large briar real estate stummel – ready to join anyone’s rotation.  More can be read 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: 2 1/4 inches, Rim width: 1 1/2 inches, Chamber width: 7/8 inches, Chamber depth: 1 3/4 inches with a weight of 2.9 ounces.  SOLDPrice $70USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.

A GBD London Made in London England C789 Pot – The grain on this Cadogan era GBD is lively and expressive with large swirls of bird’s eye on both sides of the bowl and horizontal straight grain on both the fore and aft sections of the bowl.  The grain also sweeps across the heel laterally.  Without doubt, the grain of this GBD Pot will hold one’s attention.  The bowl is ample for a good, long time of reflection packed with one’s favorite blend. More can be read 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: 1 5/8 inches, Rim width: 1 1/2 inches, Chamber width: 1 inch, and a Chamber depth: 1 3/8 inches.  SOLD Price $55USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Fratelli Rossi ‘Century Old Briar’ of Italy Billiard – The grain on this probable 1960-’70s vintage Fratelli Rossi is exquisite. The nomenclature claims it was fashioned with briar harvested a century before which would place this briar in the 1800s. The bowl is surrounded by vertical flame grain with some pronounced bird’s eye adorning the heel. The classic lines of this medium sized Billiard are timeless and will serve his next steward well. More can be read 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: 1 11/16 inches, Rim width: 1 3/16 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, and a Chamber depth: 1 1/2 inches.SOLD Price $65USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


13 thoughts on “The 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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