Bocote extension on the shank of a contrast Dublin style with the plateau skin intact
Lightweight straight grain volcano
(No Longer Available)
An elaborite stem complements the simple bowl
Stylish curves and contrast stain define this graceful pipe
High contrast stain with a Roman Olive wood shank extension. (9mm)
Black palm extends the shank on this full bent gourd-like beauty
An ox horn shank extension enhances the high contrast stain
Exotic Bocote forms a fitting extension to the flame grain bowl with plateau
Ivorite caps the shank on this large straight grain with plateau
Classic straight grain nose warmer with plateau
Danish Style freeform smoker with plateau on both ends
Cute little nose warmer with plateau
(No Longer Available)
A classic shape in morta
Deep bent chimney for a long satisfying smoke.
Screams to be smoked on Christmas Day!
Special shank to bowl transition
Danish style freeform with a twist
Elegant and rustic as the town it is named after
My take on a Ken Rasmussen shape
( No Longer Available)
A substantial bowl with ivorite
(No Longer Available)
A very light but ruddy freeform cutty
Clean bent shape with Roman Olive wood extension
Classic nose warmer in classic briar with a contrast stain and classic band.
Strawberry briar from Italy forms the bowl while exotic hardwoods and acrylic bands enhance the ebonite stem.
Flying arches on a freeform pipe
A modified "Bulldog" with a bead of dolphins and mermaids
a horn style pipe with facing mermaids at the top of the bowl
Enhanced bulldog with a bead of lizards instead of a simple groove
Nose warmer with bead of fishes leaping around the rim of the bowl
A modified Rhodesian leaves the plateau intact and supplies a unique rope around the rim
A beadwork of 23 skulls adorn the rim of the bowl of this Danish style pipe
A rusticated bowl with a rope bead on a Dublin styled pipe
The lattice pattern reminds me of the lattice crust on Aunt Mary's apple pie.
Freeform with long shank acorn with a braid-work of serpents
What happened here should not happen to anyone!
An Abalone lizard is embedded flushly into the bowl of a bent billiard
A Mother-of-pearl Kokopeli smokes his pipe rather than playing his flute
A sorrowful Danish theme
Flowing freeform with a winsome look.
A tribute to the winemaker or drinker
Neurotoxin snake to soothe the smoker
A cobra to help you enjoy your day
Classic billiard with a garland
A bulldog/apple ornamented with a trumpet vine wreath
A bulldog pipe with a floral flourish
Seven roses garland this bulldog shape
(No Longer Available)
A Canadian long shank sitter with a twist
A simple expanding helix and dark stain enhance this sitter.
This zombie won't bite your tongue
Smoke from a gargoyle
A shrunken head to smoke
Endless chasing lizards
A standing barefoot smoker
Oom Paul deep bent with feathers
Classic billiard with a hitchhiker
Will this fire breather let your pipe go out??
An angry looking dragon but a clean smoker.
Chinese style dragon wrapped around the bowl.
A vicious clinging tobacco craving critter
The crab is out of the crab-pot but looking very wary.
This little dolphin accompanies every smoke with his static leap over the shank.
Six sea turtles march eternally around the neck of this active volcano.
The Octopus is an elusive creature, but here he has found refuge on the shank of a briar.
This little eight legged critter has found solace under the arch of a freeform briar.
A sneer from the heel of a morta chimney
Top hat and bare feet
A little bird for a light smoke
Elephants grace the calabash bowl
Do little pigs have curly tails?!
A huge deep bent for a long contemplative smoke
An Itty-Bitty froggie is perched on the shank of this slightly bent apple
This little lizard wrapped around the bowl is looking for a quick mouthful
Unique billiard fashioned with the burl edge on the opposite side of the bowl. This side hosts a tiny lizard.
A Chinese three-toed dragon protects the bowl
All tied up into a Celtic knot this rattler graces the bowl and slithers along the shank
One of the world's most deadly snakes waits for you to take a puff on this beauty
A little lizard has crawled upon the bowl to share the warmth of the smoking experience.
Can you see the chameleon cleverly hiding on the shank of this Canadian?
Some kind of imp is emerging from the bowl of this bent billiard.
What could be more natural than smoking a pipe on which a grinning screwtail lizard is cling to the bowl?
A critter crawled onto the shank to keep you company while you smoke.
A Little fairy stopped to rest her wings while you smoke your pipe.
Forgotten and brought to a tragic end
Caricature of a Legal Smoker
Blind and screaming long shank pipe.
Straight grain bent with personality
Helix on the shank morphs into serpents
Strange parasite with a hunger problem fixed to the pipe
A tiny mermaid for a sensuous smoke.
A Long shank pipe for a reclining beauty
A twin finned mermaid is a sailor's dream
She rests supine along the bottom of the bowl and along the shank in a dreamlike state.
Posed serenely for your pleasure and her's.
A dark little mermaid in a somber mood.
A little oceanic seductress wrapped tightly around the shank.
This little mermaid is being seized by a scavenger octopus on the other side of the bowl.
This chunky little mermaid is quite confident of her seductive charms.
Even Mermaids need to have a healthy awareness of the reality of a hungry shark.
A horn style pipe with mermaids swiming toward each other in a band around the top of the bowl
A low relief band with a mermaid swimming among dolphins.
The most fish-like of my mermaids clings tightly to the bowl as if being battered by waves.
She has been tossed by the waves to land supine upon the bowl of this straight grain briar
Is she the sailor's dream or greatest nightmare? Beware the gift she offers.
A lovely two finned mermaid caught sunning herself on the bowl of a standing pipe
Jack held aloft by a haunted tree
Even a zombie can enjoy the smoke
Tobacco smoke should curl out of this pumpkin
The courage of a lion to smoke what you want when you want
A Halloween theme pipe for smoking every day of the year.
A whimsical shark to bite your tongue.
A sunny pipe for a cloudy day.
What has been seen cannot be unseen.
A sculptural comment on the dark side of human nature in the form of a pipe.
A stylized serpent feasts on an egg making an elegant pipe.
A reverse-calabash with a fishy twist
(No Longer Available)
A large morta sculptured pipe in the form of an African ceremonial mask.
A hungry snake is consuming the bowl of the pipe in a single swallow.
Perched on the stummel this frog or toad is waiting to be fed.
Have you ever seen a dragon's egg? This is what I imagine it would look like when hatching.
Creeping onto the shank through the skin of the plateau.
A customized "Cavalier" style pipe with a deep bent bowl
Inspired by an M C Escher rendering this mummified frog is frozen in time and space.
Great Uncle Jack was not especially nice, but in death he will make a great smoke!
This creature strikes fear into the most intrepid seaman while he makes a meal of a harbor seal.
Consider what goes on under the surface of the sea. Here it is captured in briar.
Does the draft hole really follow the shank of this exotic shape?
Overgrown clump of ivy that is and air conditioned bowl
Tribute to the leaves of autumn in polychrome stain on briar
Oak leaves and acorns adorn this straight billiard style pipe
The Gollem scrambles up the shank with the ring of power
Did you catch the leprechaun to secure his pot of gold for yourself?
Up from the earth to tempt you again.
Expression of the current global zeitgeist.
Are you prepared to schedule an appointment?
A snarling feline critter to enhance the smoking experience.
Beware the pipe that bites the hand that holds it!
A pious angelic creature captured in briar
(The counterpart to 19-17)
A tribute in briar to the American Indian princess who was instrumental to the success of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Forbid me not to take my pipe
Anyone anxious for a visit?
"There's a man in the funny papers we all know..." Ever wonder what became of him?
This is the demon Baphomet.
(counterpart to 19-16)
Elegant straight grain shank capped with ivorite and a dreamer on the bottom of the bowl.
A pipe with fine birds eye grain on the top of the bowl will sit on its left hand.
Simple elegant lines establish the shape of this bowl
A huge sitter carved from elegant cealothus burl wood.
A small and light freeform ceamothus charmer
A fine smoker sculpted from a Ceanothus burl. His expression is claim to the fact that he was born of fire.
A nose warmer of excellent smokability
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