The Old German Clay Pipe #55R has the face of a Princess on the bowl with three red spots, one on each side and one on the front.
This clay pipe comes with a curved ebonite stem to give the smoker the familiar briar pipe feel on the lips. This falls under the category of the Vienna Coffeehouse Pipe very popular throughout Europe in the latter part of the 19th and up until the mid-20th century.
The clay is hand-rolled and pressed into the molds by German craftsmen working in one of the last clay tobacco pipe production facilities operating in Europe. Some of the molds used by Old German Clay Pipes date back well into the early 19th century.