Lightly Marbled 4 inch Elizabethan Era Clay Pipe
Only 4 and half inches long with a very small bowl, this unique pipe was in vogue in England in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, except these pipes have a light marbling and we suspect that was not commonly seen in 17th century England.
The marbled design comes from mixing white and red clays. Each pipe is unique, and sometimes the marbling is not as pronounced as we would like. The color is still there, some swirling is visible, but it’s too subtle to be called a fully marbled pipe. Because no two pipes are exactly the same, we cannot guarantee the pipe you receive will match the photos.