Special Note on Bi-color and Beech-Horn pipes
The aluminum band on the pipe is fixed to the clay stem and should not be removed.
The horn stem can be removed to clean the pipe and is the only part of the pipe that can be detached.
In the case of the beech-horn stem, the beech and horn parts are one piece and should not be separated. The entire beech-horn section can be detached from the pipe for cleaning.
Old German Clay Pipe #1 with a Bi-Color Horn Stem – a Traditional Clay Tobacco Pipe with a fancy update
Markus Fohr is a pipe maker who lives in Montabaur, Germany, about 70 miles from Frankfurt, Cologne and Düsseldorf in the region of Westerwald.
His family has been making clay pipes for generations. He uses the fine white clay of the region which has been prized for centuries and is used to create the famous pottery of this region.
Some of the molds used are originals going back 240 years.
“I make pipes in the traditional way…” Markus Fohr