Old Dominion Corn Cob Pipes
The Chesapeake, The Laughing King and
The Old Dominion Williamsburg Clay pipe
The Chesapeake is an heirloom Indian corn cob from the Old Dominion Pipe Company (website http://www.olddominionpipe.com) featuring a small 1/2″ in diameter bowl. Great for a short after dinner smoke or to test out a new tobacco blend. this pipe is fitted with a traditional bamboo stem.
The “Laughing King” Indian corn cob pipe is a tribute to King Debedeavon, “Ye Emperor of Ye Easterne Shore and King of Ye Great Nussawattocks”, who ruled over the Native Americans inhabiting the Eastern Shore of Virginia at the time of the arrival of the first English colonists to Jamestown. King Debedeavon, known familiarly as the “Laughing King”, proved a valuable ally to the early English colonists. Our “Laughing King” Indian Corn Cob Pipe features a 9/16″ chamber with a tall, barrel-shaped bowl. A perfect pipe for a casual smoke and a pipe that would make the old Warrior proud!
The Williamsburg clay pipe from the Old Dominion Pipe Company is an authentic reproduction of an early 18th century English clay pipe. Recreated from fragments of pipes found on the Old Dominion Plantation, the pipe molds were made using 3D printing technology to make these press molded clays as true to the originals as possible.