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 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 available for sale here, it is because most pipe sales are from choosing unrestored pipes and ‘Commissioning’ them. For information about commissioning a pipe, go to For “Pipe Dreamers” Only!


A GBD Flame 1344 Poker Made in France – The grain on this GBD Flame Poker came alive and now is ready for another lifetime with a new steward.  The grain patter reminds one of a storm with currents moving and swirling in many directions.  This French made GBD Flame Poker is a classic, iconic shape that will fit well cradled in the hand or sitting alongside one’s choice of adult beverage on the card table. 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 11/16 inches, Height: 1 7/8 inches, Rim width: 1 5/16 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 9/16 inches.  SALE PENDING – Price $65USD + Postage/fees to be paid by buyer.


A Wenhall Futura 87 Fancy Rusticated Miniature BilliardThe deep craggy rustication on this probable Italian Wenhall Futura holds the gaze and the contoured contrasting gives a lot for the eyes to enjoy.  The acrylic stem has deep, subtle grays marbling with the darker tones.  The unique shape – a fancy miniature Billiard, has a surprisingly large bowl to enjoy much of one’s favorite blends. 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 7/8 inches, Height: 1 3/4 inches, Rim width: 1 1/4 inches, Chamber width: 7/8 inches, Chamber depth: 1 3/4 inches.   AVAILABLE – Price $60USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Savinelli Oscar Aged Briar 102 Billiard – This classic, workhorse, Billiard shape was most like produced in the 1970s.  The grain is striking with large, distinctive bird’s eye with swirls and lateral grain contributing to the landscape.  As a straight Billiard, the Oscar fits nicely in the palm and promises much fellowship with a steward’s favorite blend in the bowl. 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 7/8 inches, Height: 1 3/4 inches, Rim width: 1 3/4 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/2 inches.  SOLDPrice $70 USD + Postage/fees to be paid by buyer.


A Chacom Relief of St. Claude – The contrast between the smooth and blasted, textured briar is what initially draws one’s attention to the pipe. The underside of the shank and heel have beautiful bird’s eye grains terminating the vertical grain flow. The newly fashioned stem works well with the slight, apologetic bend and the dark grain that ties in nicely with it. The bowl cradles nicely in the hand and should provide a new steward with ample time of reflection.  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 7/16 inches, Height: 1 13/16 inches, Rim width: 1 3/8 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 9/16 inches.  SOLDPrice $70 USD + Postage/fees to be paid by buyer.


An Edward’s Handmade Algerian Briar – The flame theme of this Edward’s Handmade is spot on. The first thing one is drawn to glancing at this pipe is the long, vertical, flame grain. It wraps around the bowl, from the heel reaching to the plateau. The sculpted patches bring to mind flames. The fancy acrylic stem’s marbled browns are on fire complementing the rest of the presentation in a striking manner. The Algerian briar brought to the US from France has been showcased perfectly in this Edward’s Handmade. The gargantuan size of the bowl both fills the hand nicely and will surely provide a long, reflective time of fellowship as one contemplates life while enjoying one’s choice of blends. 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 1/4 inches, Height: 2 1/2 inches, Rim width: 1 5/8 inches, Chamber width: 7/8 inch, Chamber depth: 2 1/8 inches. SOlDPrice $110 USD + Postage/fees to be paid by buyer.


A Kirsten Standard – This 1st Generation Standard Kirsten has at least 64 years of life under its belt with a possible maximum of 84 years of service going back to 1938. For an old timer, the bowl, stem, and metallic Duralumin finish are pristine and reveal a striking presentation of a novel pipe design. 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 inches, Height: 1 5/8 inches, Rim width: 1 3/16 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 7/8 inches.   SOLD Price $70USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Vuillard Concorde 3S St. Claude Chubby Billiard – The Emile Vuillard house of pipes began in 1863 and production of pipes bearing this name continues today where it started in St. Claude, France.  The red/black contrasting between the grains of this Chubby Billiard catches the eye with a combination of vertical straight grain on the left side of the bowl and cascading patterns on the right. The gargantuan size of the bowl both fills the fist nicely and will surely provide a long, reflective time of fellowship as one contemplates life while enjoying one’s choice of blends. 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 7/16 inches, Height: 2 inches, Rim width: 1 7/16 inches, Chamber width: 1 inch, Chamber depth: 1 7/8 inches.  SOLDPrice $70 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


An English Made McMillan Sports 60S Saddle Stem Billiard – The origins of this McMillan Sports is a mystery, but what is not ‘shrouded in mystery’ is the beautiful briar of this workhorse Billiard. The large looping bird’s eye patterns are sprinkled over both sides of the bowl.  Layered horizontal grain flows between the bird’s eye creating a fluid briar landscape.  The saddle stem has a slight downward taper that gives the pipe nice lines.  This McMillan Sports is a classic Billiard that has a comfortable feel in the palm and promises a good amount of fellowship with a new steward.  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 7/8 inches, Height: 1 7/8 inches, Rim width: 1 1/4 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 5/8 inches.  SOLDPrice $65 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A French Made C.A.V of St. Claude Canadian – The provenance of this C.A.V of St. Claude will remain tucked away in mystery.  This handsome Canadian brings with him some scars from his past, but without doubt, looking at the landscape of briar of this C.A.V Canadian, the blemishes are enveloped by an expressive and amazing display of bird’s eye, fire and lateral grains.  The long lines of the Canadian shape are always a nice touch of class, and this guy settles well in the palm and promises good fellowship with his next steward. 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 7/8 inches, Rim width: 1 1/8 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 5/8 inches.  SOLD Price $65 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A French MADE L.M.B. Petite Saddle Stem Billiard – This French made L.M.B. Aspir has an interesting history and dates probably no later than the 1930s. L.M.B. (Levans – region of Saint Claude and the two families of Moquin and Breuil) was based in Saint Claude with retail stores in Paris and other cities. This pipe is unique not only because of its L.M.B. provenance, but also for its diminutive size as a classic Saddle Stem Billiard. The size makes for a perfect hands-free companion to enjoy a nice blend while doing something else on the worktable. 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 7/8 inches, Height: 1 3/8 inches, Rim width: 1 1/16 inches, Chamber width: 5/8 inches, Chamber depth: 1 3/8 inches. SOLD Price $60 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Stanwell Handmade in Denmark 56 CanadianThis Danish made Stanwell Handmade is an example of the elegant Canadian shape.  Canadians are appreciated for the long lines and briar landscaped enhanced by the lengthened shank.  The grain patterns on this Stanwell are beautiful with much to survey while the ample bowl is 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 5/8 inches, Height: 1 3/4, Rim width: 1 3/16 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, and Chamber depth: 1 9/16.  SOLD Price $80 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Striking Charatan Mountbatten Royal Made in London England 209 Pot – This Mountbatten Royal is a second brand of Charatan and the quality and presentation of the grain is mesmerizing.  The rim is peppered with distinctive bird’s eye grain patterns resulting from the cross-section perspective of the arresting vertical and flame grain wrapping the ample Pot bowl and flanking the shank. Complementing this beautiful landscape of briar is a smartly tapered acrylic stem that competes for center stage with the briar.  The fire of the yellows and oranges is radiant.  The full and ample Pot bowl balances well in the hand promising much fellowship with a future steward.  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 7/8 inches, Height: 1 5/8 inches, Rim width: 1 1/2 inches, Chamber width: 13/16 inches, Chamber depth: 1 3/8 inches.   SOLDPrice $85 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


An Algerian Briar Made in France Canadian –  – Even though this Canadian has no house markings other than a country of origin, the classic Canadian shape has elegant lines and a bowl that balances nicely in the hand and provides sufficient size for packing one’s favorite blends and enjoying times of reflection on life and family. The grain is striking and pulls the eyes in.  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 3/4 inches, Height: 1 7/8 inches, Rim width: 1 1/8 inches, Chamber width: 11/16 inches, Chamber depth: 1 9/16 inches.   SOLDPrice $70 USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


An Edward’s Algerian Briar Sculpted Square PanelThe quality of the oil-cured Algerian briar punctuates the story of Edward’s pipes for decades which began in Saint Claude, France, and moved operation to the US in the mid-1900s.  The expressive grain of briar of this Edward’s Sculpted Square Panel provides a showcase of distinctive spotted bird’s eye pattern that reminds one of a leopard’s pelt.  This grain is complemented with swirl and flame patterns.  The Edward’s shape styling is unique. The Panel shape is traditional but with a touch of freehand tossed in for flare.  The square panel is complemented by the flowing squared shank.  This gives a strong feel, and the bowl has a solid feel in the hand.  This Edward’s promises to provide a new steward with good fellowship for years to come.  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 7/8 inches, Height: 1 5/8 inches, Rim width: 1 7/16 inches, Chamber width: 7/8 inches, Chamber depth: 1 3/8 inches.   SOLDPrice $65USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Sears & Roebuck Yorkshire Standard Algerian Briar Sculpted Pot  –  This Yorkshire Standard Algerian Briar Sculpted Pot was produced by either the Italian Gasparini or other French manufacturers for the shelves of the now defunct box store, Sears & Roebuck Company.  This Yorkshire Standard has distinctive briar grain and corresponding bird’s eye grain complementing the leaf sculpting. The Pot has a nice rustic feel settling comfortably 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: 5 13/16 inches, Height: 1 1/2 inches, Rim width: 1 3/8 inches, Chamber width: 7/8 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/4 inches.   SOLDPrice $65USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Paul Viou Half Bent Billiard of St. Claude – The complexity of the briar grain of this pipe is striking.  The stormy grain has swirls, strong horizontal currents, clouds, outwardly expanding beams from a fulcrum and some bird’s eye pattern to complete the mosaic.  Perhaps, a pipe fashioned by the French for deep contemplation?  The French heritage of the Paul Viou name is noteworthy and the depth of the reseach would not be possible without Genod Pipe’s, Sebastien BEAUD’s help allowing me to frame the Paul Viou pipe name and the man behind the name.  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 5/8 inches, Rim width: 1 1/8 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/2 inches.   SOLDPrice $70USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


A Comoy’s ‘The Kensington’ 296B, Made in London England, Canadian – The provenance of this pipe as being a Comoy’s of London second line pipe was a challenge, but an enjoyable one. The grain on this stately English pipe is eye-catching and the long lines of the classic Canadian shape add to its appeal.  The sizable bowl cradles in the palm nicely and promises much fellowship 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 3/4 inches, Height: 1 3/4 inches, Rim width: 1 1/4 inches, Chamber width: 3/4 inches, Chamber depth: 1 5/8 inches.  SOLDPrice $75USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


An Alpha Sabre Fancy PotThe grain this Sabre Fancy Pot is beautiful.  The striking vertical grain culminates on the rim and heel with distinctive bird’s eye grain – the dissection of the vertical grain.  The gentle bend of the fancy acrylic stem is augmented by the golden brass ring – tying everything together.  The ample bowl of the Pot has a nice feel in the palm assuring good fellowship 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 1/2 inches, Rim width: 1 3/8 inches, Chamber width: 7/8 inches, Chamber depth: 1 1/2 inches.   SOLDPrice $75USD + Postage to be paid by buyer.


15 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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  4. plasticmask

    Every time I come here, the store is sold out. Is there any way I can get on a list or something, to get a chance to actually BUY something from you? Thanks in advance Sir

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