Huge pipe for a prolonged expression session
Is this Oom Paul a sitter or a stander?
Classic Oom Paul with feathers
Expression of the current global zeitgeist
Ready to schedule a meeting?
A classic billiard with a hitchhiker.
Freeform with a winsome face,
Breathing fire to cool your smoke
An angry dragon for a satisfying smoke!
Chinese style dragon carefully wrapped around himself.
Tribute to wine making and a fine smoke.
A full bent chimney for a long smoke.
This pipe screams to be smoked on Christmas Day!
A tiny mermaid for a seductive smoke.
A snarling feline critter to enhance the smoke.
Beware the pipe that bites the hand that holds it!
Bent biliard with a fancy juncture between shank and bowl
Danish style freeform with a twist
Haunted tree holding a wicked pumpkin aloft
Even a zombie should enjoy the smoke
Tobacco smoke should curl out of this jack-o-lantern
The pleasure of the pipe is unknown by those who would forbid it.
Beautiful and rustic as the town it is named after
(No Longer Available)
Ready to strike a fine smoke
A cobra to make your day
My take on a classic Ken Rasmussen shape
A substantial deep bent freeform with ivorite shank cap
(No Longer Available)
Light and Fancy Freeform Cutty
A floral garland adorns a classic billiard.
A bulldog/apple with a trumpet vine wreath
A Bulldog pipe with a flourish
A Bulldog shape with a floral wreath
A parasite with a hunger problem afixed to the pipe
A helix on the shank morphs into serpents.
Straight grain bent with personality
A classic expanding helix
Long shank pipe with a twist
The character of the lion to charge your smoking pleasure
A Halloween theme in February
A Whimsical Shark to bite your Tongue
A vicious clinging tobacco craving critter
A fine pipe for a sunny day
Lightweight and simple volcano
A two legged, or finned, mermaid for a change
A Long shank for a reclining beauty
Anyone anxious for a visit?
Overgrown but air conditioned.
Posed serenely for your pleasure.
Ever wonder what became of him?
A little seduction on the shank.
Fear is the inspiration.
A chunky little mermaid beckons.
The mermaid fleeing the shark representing the intersection of fantasy and reality.
A sculptural comment about human nature in the form of a pipe.
What's not to love about a little mermaid sitting pretty on the shank of your favorite smoker?
She lays supine along the bottom of the bowl and along the shank in a dreamlike state.
A relief carving of the Grand Tetons grace the bowl of this classic quarter bent billiard
A repeat of the hungry serpent consuming an egg with a cow horn extension
A hungry snake is consuming the bowl of the pipe in one swallow
Perched on the stummel this frog or toad is ready to be fed.
Have you ever seen a dragon's egg? This is what I imagine it would look like when hatching.
She just found a warm and quiet place to rest her wings
As if thrust into our world through the skin of the plateau
The captive brought to a tragic end
A simple slightly bent billiard where someone came undone
An elaborate stem complements the simplicity of a free form contrast stained bowl
What has been seen...
An African Ceremonial mask executed in morta
A modified "Bulldog" with a bead of dolphins and mermaids
a horn style pipe with facing mermaids at the top of the bowl
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
A fitting tribute to an American Indian maiden
A take on a special Canadian with an anger issue
There is a chameleon cleverly hiding on the shank of this Canadian
Somehow the imp is hatching from the bowl of this bent billiard
A tribute to Autumn in briar
An inverse calabash of sorts with a deep bent bowl
Baphomet emerges from the base of the bowl
A pious angelic creature captured in briar
(The counterpart to 19-17)
A pipe with fine birds eye grain on the top of the bowl will sit on its left hand.
Elegant straight grain shank capped with ivorite and a dreamer on the bottom of the bowl.
An M C Escher inspired mummified frog perched upon the bowl of a bent billiard
Nic-O-Teen ponders the smoker from his perch on the shank of this bent billiard
A grinning screwtail lizard and a wenge shank extension complete this smoker
A tiny bronze lizard clings to the bowl
Bocote extension on the shank of a contrast Dublin style with the plateau skin intact
Exotic Bocote forms a fitting extension to the flame grain bowl with plateau
Clean bent shape with Roman Olive wood extension
Ivorite caps the shank on this large straight grain with plateau
Clinging tightly to the shank of the pipe she is carefully wrapped around the bowl
Cute little nose warmer with plateau
A critter crawled onto the shank to keep you company
Modified bulldog with a bead of lizards
Classic straight grain nose warmer with plateau
Nose warmer with bead of leaping fishes
Flying arches and clean design with a deep bowl
Oak leaves and acorns adorn this straight billiard style pipe
All tied up into a Celtic knot this rattler graces the bowl
Dublin style bowl with an apple pie laticework
Freeform with long shank acorn with a braid-work of serpents
One of the world's most deadly snakes waits for you to take a puff on this beauty
Uncle Jack was not especially nice, but in death he will make a great smoke!
A beadwork of 23 skulls adorn the rim of the bowl of this Danish style pipe
A modified Rhodesian leaves the plateau intact and supplies a unique rope around the rim
This little lizard wrapped around the bowl is looking for a quick mouthful
Classic slightly bent billiard with a personality
Reverse calabash with a twist
(No Longer Available)
She has washed up on shore to land supine upon the bowl of this straight grain briar
Rusticated bowl with rope bead on a Dublin styled pipe
A Chinese three-toed dragon protects the bowl
Danish Style freeform smoker with plateau on both ends
Stylish curves and contrast stain define this graceful pipe
A Mother-of-pearl Kokopeli smokes his pipe rather than playing his flute
An Abalone lizard is embedded flushly into the bowl of a bent billiard
Elegantly simple lines are featured on this ceanothus stummel
An Itty-Bitty froggie is perched on the shank of this slightly bent apple
A huge sitter carved from beautiful ceanothus wood
Unique billiard fashioned with the burl edge on the side of the bowl. Opposite side hosts a tiny lizard.
The Gollem scrambles up the shank with the ring of power
The beauty of ceanothus creates an epic smoking instrument.
Classic nose warmer in classic briar with a contrast stain and classic band.
Is she the sailor's dream or greatest nightmare? Beware the gift she offers.
A fine smoker sculpted from a Ceanothus burl. His expression is a claim that he was born of fire.
Strawberry briar from Italy forms the bowl while exotic hardwoods and acrylic bands enhance the ebonite stem.
Six sea turtles march eternally around the neck of this active volcano.
This little dolphin accompanies every smoke with his static leap over the shank.
A trio of dolphins circle the shank of this abalone enhanced acorn.
A little lizard has crawled upon the bowl to share the warmth of the smoking experience.
The Octopus is an elusive creature, but here he has found refuge on the shank of a briar.
Consider what goes on under the surface of the sea. Here it is captured in briar.
This little eight legged critter has found solace under the arch of a freeform briar.
The crab is out of the crab-pot but looking very wary.
This creature strikes fear into the most intrepid seaman while he makes a meal of a harbor seal.
Does the draft hole really follow the shank of this exotic shape?
She rests against the bowl of this standing pipe from her swim in sea where she makes her home.
He breaths fire but should make a great smoke.
Did you catch the leprechaun to secure his pot of gold for yourself?
Three cameo beauties are entwined by vines and roses on this large freeform.
He grins as if he knows your every thought. Just don't look into his eyes.
Smoke the Hole World through the hole in the world.
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