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Meerschaum Pipe Ankh

Meerschaum Pipe Ankh »

Price: £15.00

Meerschaum Pipe Ankh
Meerschaum Pipe Peace

Meerschaum Pipe Peace »

Price: £15.00

Meerschaum Pipe Peace
Meerschaum Pipe Skull

Meerschaum Pipe Skull »

Price: £15.00

Meerschaum Pipe Skull

Pipes - Meerschaum Pipes

Meerschaum Pipes

Meerschaum (from German meaning Sea Foam) is a rare mineral mostly found in Turkey.  It has a light and porous structure which, when used to make pipes, keeps the smoke cool and soft.

The pipe itself becomes a natural filter which absorbs nicotine.  Because of this property, Meerschaum Pipes slowly change their colour to different tones of gold and dark brown over the years.  The longer the pipe is used the more valuable it becomes due to the colour change.  Today many old and rare Meerschaums have found a permanent place in museums and private collections.

These pipes are made of high quality Eskisehir Meerschaum which is known to be amongst the finest available.  Unlike briar, Meerschaum does not burn.  Meerschaum pipes do not need pre-smoking to have a good quality performance.  You can get perfect satisfaction from the very first smoke.

Meerschaum is damaged by water and cleaning products and should only be cleaned with a dry or damp cloth.

The Mini Meerschaum Pipes are all approximately 10cm long.

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