DAWNMIST STUDIO CLAY PIPES
Made Solely by Heather Coleman since 1998

Here you will find an ever-changing selection of the clay pipes that I have designed and made, many of them based on originals. Over the years I have produced for Smokers, Collectors, Re-enactors, Movies, TV and Theatre.

Each pipe I make is carefully formed and hand finished giving you a finely crafted product. My aim has always been to provide pipes that will be admired and enjoyed - even destined to become sought-after antiques of the future! Some are inspired by old pieces in my collection and I often try to emulate the elegance and quirks that those display.

Do browse my inventory and if you need more help then do ask. You may order and pay immediately through the shopping basket system provided. Remember that my stock changes throughout the year so do come back for another visit soon. Thank You.



heather@dawnmist.org

ANNOUNCEMENTS............

  • This Web Page is up to date as of July 27 2017.
  • Fresh stock of some designs are now available including several NEW designs! Out of Stock designs I hope to have more available during August/September
  • Pipes that are in stock are as priced and the quantity I have is indicated - You may purchase using the active shopping basket
  • We always acknowledge WWW orders by email within one working day -- if you don't hear from us within that time, please email us.
  • Always buy my pipes while in stock as they sometimes sell out fast and I do not always make more for a few weeks after.
  • You can now find me on Facebook: "Dawnmist Studio Clay Pipes" where I share the pipes I have made since 1998 and you can follow the latest updates in the studio but you will still need to come here to purchase and see what is in stock. Over the years I have produced some 150 designs as well as many custom pieces too!
  • Send me your pictures for the Clay Pipe Hall of Fame! See link below


POSTAL PRICE INFORMATION...

Pipe prices shown exclude Post & Packing, which is added to your order based upon where you want the pipe delivered (UK, Europe or Worldwide). Our P&P charges are based on what it actually costs us, and are worked out as a starting value, charged for the first pipe you select, plus a small increment for each additional pipe added to your basket. That means, of course, that you can save on Post & Packing costs by buying several pipes at once.

All orders to UK destinations are sent by a fully tracked courier service, which typically takes 3 working days. Those to non-UK destinations are normally sent by standard Airmail. We can provide different delivery services (such as Tracked-and-Signed Airmail or International Courier delivery) subject to additional cost; if you require such a service then please contact us to discuss your requirements: service availability and cost varies by destination country and size of order, so we are unable to offer a standardised menu of these more specialised delivery services.
Our current standard P&P charges for UK, Europe and Worldwide destinations are as follows:

DestinationFirst Pipe P&PAdditional Pipes P&P
UK £3.90 £0.75
Europe €5.95 €1.30 per pipe
Worldwide US$ 9.60 US$ 2.90 per pipe




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Long Tudor Clay Pipe



My long Tudor pipe is based on original pieces in my collection dating from around 1590-1610. These have tiny bowls the size of the tip of a finger that allow just a pinch of tobacco and are good for testing various flavours without tainting a larger bowl. Of course in the Tudor period tobacco was so expensive that few could afford to use more than a pinch now and then.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1590-1610
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 200mm (8 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 11mm
Chamber depth approx: 18mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking




17th Century style WHITE clay pipe



This style pipe has a bowl form that would be suitable for the time period of 1630 through to 1670 so it covers quite a time range for re-enactments. The style would be more suited for a mid-range date of 1650, being larger for 1630 but small for 1670. These are short pieces pressed in the mould, then trimmed and I burnish these all over leaving them with a smooth finish. A line of milling is added to the rim as originals had.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1630-1670
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 150mm (5 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 12mm
Chamber depth approx: 20mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking




17th century style BLACK clay pipe



This style pipe has a bowl form that would be suitable for the time period of 1630 through to 1670 so it covers quite a time range for re-enactments. The style would be more suited for a mid-range date of 1650, being larger for 1630 but small for 1670. These are short pieces pressed in the mould, then trimmed and I burnish these all over leaving them with a smooth finish. What makes them exciting is that I have made them using a genuine Black clay, which I hope will appeal to people for a number of reasons. Black clay is one of the more exotic clays I sometimes use in the studio. Although it is termed black it is actually a very dark brown. A line of milling is added to the rim as originals had.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1630-1670
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 150mm (5 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 12mm
Chamber depth approx: 20mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking





17th century style RED clay pipe



This style pipe has a bowl form that would be suitable for the time period of 1630 through to 1670 so it covers quite a time range for re-enactments. The style would be more suited for a mid-range date of 1650, being larger for 1630 but small for 1670. These are short pieces pressed in the mould, then trimmed and I burnish these all over leaving them with a smooth finish. A line of milling is added to the rim as originals had. Historians will know that a number of clay pipes made from Red and mottled clays were discovered at Colonial sites such as Port Royal as well as in Virginia.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1630-1670
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 150mm (5 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 12mm
Chamber depth approx: 20mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



1640 style Clay Pipe



A style based on the small bulbous pipes smoked in the 1640 period in England close to the beginning of the Civil War. The design would also cover a date range of around 1630-1650. They are all neatly hand-burnished with a smooth surface and I have added a line of milling on the rim as originals had.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1630-1650
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 220mm (8 and a half inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 11mm
Chamber depth approx: 22mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking




1650 style Clay Pipe



A style based on the bulbous pipes smoked in the 1650 period in England at the end of the Civil War. The design would also cover a date range of around 1640-1660. They are all neatly hand-burnished with a smooth surface and I have added a line of milling on the rim as originals had.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1640-1660
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 220mm (8 and a half inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 11mm
Chamber depth approx: 25mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking




1666 style Plague Pipe



A pipe based on English styles smoked in the 1660's period during the plague. Suitable for English, Dutch, German or American re-enactments. They have a slightly bulbous shape with thick walls. A line of milling is added to the rim as originals had.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1645-1675
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 220mm (8 and a half inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 12mm
Chamber depth approx: 27mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking




Forest Deer Clay Pipe



A design I was first producing over a decade ago - I am pleased to bring you another batch of this pipe which has a deer in a forest on one side and acorns on the other. The style of pipe takes inspiration from English and Dutch pipes of the mid 17th century so is suitable for reenactments of that period.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1640-1660
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 210mm (8 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 15mm
Chamber depth approx: 25mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking


More available September

17th Century Mariners Clay Pipe



I created this design several years ago based on original clay pipes in my collection made for early Dutch Mariners of the 17th Century. The original idea for this pipe is thought to have been based on the Biblical character of Jonah and the Whale, although I think the creature on the stem looks more like a sea serpent with scales and teeth, which a whale would not have. It might even be that they were first produced because of tales of early colonists in the Florida swamps who were confronted with alligators. Further still there are tales that this pipe represents Sir Walter Raleigh being vomited by an alligator because of the awful stench of tobacco on him! Either way my copy here based on originals is sure to thrill and make a great talking piece.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1640-1670
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 190mm (7 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 12mm
Chamber depth approx: 28mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking




Dawnmist Mulberry Clay Pipe



This design once again takes inspiration from original pieces in my collection dating from the mid to late 17th Century and brings them to life. Mulberry pipes were produced by several makers in England and they were a popular choice for smokers then as few clays were decorated at that time. I hope you will find it appeals in this Century too!

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1660-1700
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 180mm (7 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 14mm
Chamber depth approx: 35mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking




Dutch Short 18th Century Clay Pipe



This pipe is suitable for re-enactments of the 18th Century. The bowl form is a stylised version of the fashionable funnel/egg shaped bowls used by the Dutch during that period. Originals were often much longer than my version, but the length is very suitable being not too short for general use but not long enough to break too easily. There is a line of milling applied to the rim as originals had.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1690-1800
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 110mm (4½ inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 15mm
Chamber depth approx: 35mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



THREE in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Mermaids & Pirates Clay Pipe



This design once again takes inspiration from original Dutch pipes dating from the early 18th Century and brings them to life in a new way. Original Dutch pipes are amazing to look at in that they sometimes contain all sorts of themes such as men and women or scenes of life at that time. The detailing is always well executed on such pipes. I bring you my own design here which portrays a swimming mermaid on one side and a pirate seated on a barrel with a bottle, glass of grog and a pipe. His ship is in the distance.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1680-1800
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 210mm (8 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 15mm
Chamber depth approx: 35mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking


More in September

Dutch long pipe - Mid 17th century style





Just ONE pipe which is a long cool smoker. The style is based on mid 17th century Dutch pipes with a portion of the stem having a pattern added by hand.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1625-1660
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 300mm (12 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 14mm
Chamber depth approx: 22mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



Just ONE available
ONE PIECE.

£14.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 24.95 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 19.95 (for EU destinations only)

Traditional Dutch Style Pipe



This is my own version of a traditional Dutch clay pipe with a very forward-leaning "egg" shaped bowl. It was inspired by the shapes of original Dutch pipes in my own collection and I have created this style specially to cover a huge date range of around 1690-1930 although it is more suited to the 18th century. There is a line of milling on the rim as originals had. Ideal for re-enactments.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1690-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 240mm (9½ inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 15mm
Chamber depth approx: 30mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking





1700 Amsterdam



NEW JULY 2017 - A traditional long Dutch clay pipe based on styles from Holland in the 1700 period. This is a lovely pipe for a cool smoke. Some stamped patterns and my name part way along the stem, pattern varies as hand applied.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1680-1720
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 330mm (13 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 32mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



FIVE in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£17.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 29.95 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 23.95 (for EU destinations only)

Madame de Pompadour clay pipe



NEW JULY 2017 - Madame de Pompadour was mistress to King Louis XV of France in 1745-1751. She is known to have been a clay pipe smoker and one portrait shows her with clay pipes which look just like this one. The design was produced in Holland at that time and I have modelled my version directly from pieces in my personal collection. A lovely shaped delicate pipe this one.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1740-1860
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 230mm (9 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 15mm
Chamber depth approx: 27mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking





ONE in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Faux Clay Pipes for Movie Maker's





One of the things I have noticed over the many years I have been providing clay pipes for Movies and TV is that in many background scenes the actors have their hand over the bowl of the pipe so all you see is the stem.
I have created this group of hand-made faux pipes specially for this purpose which is a cost effective way for you to have the appearance of clay pipes in the background scenes of some shots.

You get everything in the picture here for the price given. P&P on this group is charged at the usual cost for one just pipe!

Because these are all made by hand you get a fairly random selection of lengths, thicknesses, some being curved and others straight. These are solid pieces of clay with a flattened bend end at the bowl, they have no holes in them and no smoking chambers.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1620-1930
Surface finish: rolled clay
Length of Stem approx: varies - see scale in image
Chamber diameter at rim approx: not applicable
Chamber depth approx: not applicable
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
Faux Pipe - Not smokable



ONE GROUP which includes all as shown
Price is for all shown in the image.

£19.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 35.95 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 29.95 (for EU destinations only)

1700 Style English Tavern pipe



Based on original pieces from my collection. The pipe bowl has a bulbous shape and the style of those smoked in England at the beginning of the 18th Century. These are suitable for re-enactments of a date of around 1680-1730. Pipes of this length were often referred to as Aldermans.
Try one for a cool smoke.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1680-1730
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 290mm (11½)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 15mm
Chamber depth approx: 35mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



1700 Style CURVED English Tavern pipe



I create these from the same mould as the straight version pipe and I add a curve to the stem and trim the bowl rim and heel at an angle to create this lovely shape.
Based on original pieces from my collection. The pipe bowl has a bulbous shape and the style of those smoked in England at the beginning of the 18th Century. These are suitable for re-enactments of a date of around 1680-1730. Pipes of this length were often referred to as Aldermans.
Try one for a cool smoke.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1680-1730
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 290mm (11½)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 15mm
Chamber depth approx: 35mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



Westcountry Tavern



This is a typical traditional style that was smoked in Southern England at the beginning of the 18th century. At that time also many millions were exported to Colonial sites as well as being consumed locally. A character of this style is the shape of the bowl with a nice curved heel on the base and milling around the rim.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1685-1735
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 250mm (10 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 20mm
Chamber depth approx: 32mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking




London 1740 Pipe



Based on a typical London style that was around 1740. It will however be fine for re-enactments covering a wider date range of about 1690 to 1780 for any re-enactment location as London had a huge export business in the 18th Century. I have made this pipe a nice handy shorter length.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1690-1780
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 130mm (5 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 15mm
Chamber depth approx: 35mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



FOUR in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Dawnmist 18th Century Admiral's Pipe



This design has a stylised bowl form based on traditional English pipes covering a date range from about 1750 to 1800 primarily, however similar copies of this style were in use during the 19th Century as well. Ideal for re-enactments. This pipe was popular in the mid 18th century when examples can be found with coats of arms and naval events depicted on the sides of the bowl. I have given this pipe a slightly curved stem.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1740-1920
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 220mm (9 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 16mm
Chamber depth approx: 30mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



TWO in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£14.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 24.95 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 19.95 (for EU destinations only)

"Dawnmist Phoenix" Traditional Churchwarden Pipe - STRAIGHT



A stylised bowl form based on traditional English Churchwarden pipes covering a wide date range from about 1780 to the early 20th Century and I chose the name Dawnmist "Phoenix" for this pipe. It is ideal for re-enactments and is the most common style of pipe used in that time period over many decades.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1780-1920
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 220mm (9 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 16mm
Chamber depth approx: 30mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



FOUR in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Napoleonic Short Pipe



NEW JULY 2017 - This design is a copy of shorter Napoleonic pipes that would have been used at the turn of the 19th century. Ideal for reenactments of that period.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1780-1830
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 170mm (6 and a half inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 35mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



TWO in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Napoleonic Fleur De Lis



This design is based on pipes which were primarily smoked from the middle 18th century through to just after the Napoleonic Wars so they would suit a date of 1760 to 1820. The bowl carries a fleur de lis on the rear and leaves on the front. Ideal for reenactments of that period.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1760-1820
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 170mm (6 and a half inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 35mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



TWO in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Dawnmist Traditional Napoleonic Ribs Pipe



I have based this on original English pipes smoked in the Napoleonic period of c.1780-1820. It is perfect for re-enactments and would even just fit the American War of Independence time period. I have original pipe bowls of this style in my private collection with the rib and dot design which was very much in fashion back then.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1780-1820
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 220mm (9 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 16mm
Chamber depth approx: 30mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking




English Churchwarden Pipe - STRAIGHT STEM



This is a traditional English style Churchwarden pipe as would have been popular over a wide date range of 1770-1930 period. These have a straight stem.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1770-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 280mm (11 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 20mm
Chamber depth approx: 38mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking




Churchwarden 1840 clay pipe



NEW JULY 2017 - Another variation of a traditional churchwarden clay pipe in use over a wide date range. This one is based on a style I particularly like from my personal collection dating c.1840.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1780-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 220mm (8 and three quarter inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 18mm
Chamber depth approx: 27mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



SEVEN in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Druid Face clay pipe





NEW JULY 2017 - This design copies the style of mid 19th century English face pipes from my personal collection which have a simple but eye-catching appearance. Back in that time period designs varied and mainly included: Dragoon's, Faces with leaves on the head and Turks. My design represents a Druid with oak leaves around his head.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1830-1870
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 200mm (8 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 15mm
Chamber depth approx: 25mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



FOUR in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Olde Fisherman's clay pipe



NEW JULY 2017 - This design copies the style of common mid 19th century plain short pipes. It has a nice rounded bowl and I have called it a fisherman's pipe because I found one similar to it in a busy old harbour where many fishing people once worked.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1830-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 130mm (5 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 25mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



SEVEN in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Gouda Long clay pipe



NEW JULY 2017 - A traditional long Dutch clay pipe based on styles from Gouda in the 19th and 20th century. It has a large egg-shaped bowl so it will hold a lot of tobacco. Note the stems on these might have a very slight bend to one side or upwards as originals sometimes did.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1830-1960
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 300mm (12 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 20mm
Chamber depth approx: 40mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



FOUR in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£17.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 29.95 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 23.95 (for EU destinations only)

Dawnmist Studio Moorlander clay pipe WHITE



Based on traditional thick walled short style clays that would have been in use in the later 19th century and continued to be popular into the 20th Century.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1865-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 70mm (3 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 18mm
Chamber depth approx: 40mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



TWO in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Dawnmist Studio Moorlander clay pipe BLACK



Based on traditional thick walled short style clays that would have been in use in the later 19th century and continued to be popular into the 20th Century.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1865-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 70mm (3 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 18mm
Chamber depth approx: 40mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



TWO in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Dawnmist Pocket Pipe - Slipper Heal



NEW 2017! My new design is based on a style that was around in the mid 19th to early 20th century. It is a small pipe with a short stem and nicely curved bowl. The base has a "slipper" shaped heel which makes a handy grip either while paking the pipe or smoking it. I have called this a Dawnmist Pock Pipe because it is slightly smaller than average although the bowl chamber size is comparible with other pipes I make, see size chart below. My name is stamped on the stem just as original makers did in past times.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1865-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 65mm (2 and a half inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 30mm
Mouth-Tip finish: untreated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



TWO in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Dawnmist Pocket Pipe - Pedestal heel



NEW 2017! My new design is based on a style that was around in the mid 19th to early 20th century. It is a small pipe with a short stem and nicely curved bowl. The base has a "pedestal" shaped heel which makes a handy grip either while paking the pipe or smoking it. I have called this a Dawnmist Pock Pipe because it is slightly smaller than average although the bowl chamber size is comparible with other pipes I make, see size chart below. My name is stamped on the stem just as original makers did in past times.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1865-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 65mm (2 and a half inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 30mm
Mouth-Tip finish: untreated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



TWO in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Traditional Irish Clay Pipe



This is my version of a traditional Irish clay pipe. The design has a harp on one side with shamrock on the other and I have glazed the mouth end pale apple green which gives it a lovely touch. The style of pipe is similar to original 19th Century pieces and has a short stem - a real nose warmer! Also a good-sized bowl. A perfect pipe as a gift or for your own use.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1865-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 70mm (3 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 33mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Fired-on ceramic glaze in Apple Green colour
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



TWO in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Traditional 19th Century Maritime Theme Clay Pipe - Blue Tip



This design takes us back to the time period of c.1865-1930 and is similar to original pieces. I have taken a traditional mariner's theme with a sailing ship and an anchor. It has a good sized bowl and a short stem - a real nose warmer! A perfect pipe as a gift or for your own use and ideal if you have a boat or like to sit by the coast. Send me a picture of you with this pipe on the sea!

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1865-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 70mm (3 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 33mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Fired-on ceramic glaze in Sea Blue colour
All my pipes are suitable for smoking


More in Aug/Sept

Traditional Short Cutty Clay Pipe - GREEN TIP



This is my version of a traditional short Cutty clay pipe. The design is based on originals that would have been in use by working men of the late 19th Century and through the 20th. Cutty pipes are the sort that could be held in the mouth while working - a real nose warmer!

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1865-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 70mm (3 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 33mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Fired-on ceramic glaze in GREEN colour
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



ONE in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£11.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 19.95 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 15.95 (for EU destinations only)

BLACK Cutty Clay Pipe



Made entirely from real BLACK clay which is actually a very dark brown colour.
This is my version of a traditional short Cutty clay pipe. The shape is based on originals that would have been in use by working men of the late 19th Century and through the 20th. Cutty pipes are the sort that could be held in the mouth while working - a real nose warmer!

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1865-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 70mm (3 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 33mm
Mouth-Tip finish: NOT treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking




RED Cutty Clay Pipe



Made entirely from Terracotta clay.
This is my version of a traditional short Cutty clay pipe. The design is based on originals that would have been in use by working men of the late 19th Century and through the 20th. Cutty pipes are the sort that could be held in the mouth while working - a real nose warmer!

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1865-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 70mm (3 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 33mm
Mouth-Tip finish: NOT treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking





Traditional 19th Century Upright Clay Pipe



Based on traditional Upright style clays that would have been in use in the later 19th century and continued to be popular into the 20th Century.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1865-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 80mm (3 and a half inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 35mm
Mouth-Tip finish: untreated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



TWO in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Dawnmist Adventurer Clay Pipe



Based on traditional style clays that would have been in use from the later 19th century and continued to be popular into the 20th Century. I have called this style a Dawnmist Adventurer and I really like the stylish shape of the bowl on these and the accentuated grip on the base.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1865-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 100mm (4 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 44mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



THREE in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Dawnmist Explorer Clay Pipe



Based on traditional style clays that would have been in use from the later 19th century and continued to be popular into the 20th Century. I have called this style a Dawnmist Explorer and I really like the stylish shape of the bowl on these.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1865-1930
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 100mm (4 inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 17mm
Chamber depth approx: 44mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



THREE in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£12.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 21.50 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 16.95 (for EU destinations only)

Dawnmist Studio Giant Jacob Pipe - just the one









I am selling just this one piece which I made back in 2003. It is signed and dated on the underside. The Dawnmist Jacob takes an original 19th century design scaled up. This is a huge pipe with height from tip of beard to top of 6 inches! The pipe will come with a brown reed stem and can be smoked though the chamber is large. I occasionally make these but not often. A rare chance to buy one of these from me and will be a collectors item in the future.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1850-1940
Surface finish: hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 7 inches dark coloured reed
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 35mm
Chamber depth approx: 60mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not applicable
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



JUST ONE AVAILABLE, Reduced Price, was £56.95

£46.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 85.95 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 65.95 (for EU destinations only)

Minimist Clay Pipe



I call this a Dawnmist "Minimist" pipe. The bowl size allows just a pinch of tobacco and it is ideal to carry around as a pocket pipe or for testing out flavours.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1880-Present day
Surface finish: All hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 80mm (3 and a half inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 10mm
Chamber depth approx: 15mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not treated
All my pipes are suitable for smoking



FIVE in stock
Price is for one pipe.

£6.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 11.95 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 9.95 (for EU destinations only)
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OTHER CLAY PIPES: Not made by Heather...


Decorated Tudor clay pipe by Dr David Higgins



I have taken stock of a few decorated Tudor style clay pipes which were made by my friend Dr David Higgins. David usually writes reports on clay pipes for archaeological publications and now and then he makes a few of these lovely pipes.

This design is based on original English pipes of the 1580-1600 period and have really small bowls the size of the tip of a little finger. David has decorated the stem of each pipe by hand with an array of tiny stamps which really make these special. I was almost tempted to keep them all myself!

The pipes are burnished all over and have what he calls an antique finish which make them look a pleasant ivory white colour.

PIPE SPECIFICATIONS
Suitable for a Re-enactment date of: 1580-1600
Surface finish: hand-burnished giving a nice smooth quality
Length of Stem approx: 17cm (6 and a half inches)
Chamber diameter at rim approx: 7mm
Chamber depth approx: 17mm
Mouth-Tip finish: Not applicable
All pipes are suitable for smoking



ONE Available - no more once all sold

£15.95 (for UK destinations only)
USD 25.45 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 21.95 (for EU destinations only)

The Art and Archaeology of Clay Tobacco Pipes

CD ROM - Packed with Information

Heather Coleman is an artist, semi-professional archaeologist and clay pipe maker living in the county of Devonshire in England. she has collected and studied clay tobacco pipes on and off for over 35 years and her knowledge and enthusiasm are shared with you on this CD.

Discover Art, Archaeology and History with this fascinating study of the clay tobacco pipe...

If you have found clay pipes while walking the dog or digging the garden, or have collected them for some time and want to find out more about them then this CD is ideal for you. Also helpful to Museum Curators, archaeologists and those wanting to explore material for their own studies. Smokers and dealers of tobacciana will also find my CD of interest.

Contents:

  • Photo galleries which are constantly being updated with over 7000 pictures now!
  • Galleries of images of highly decorated French Figural pipes (including Gambier and Fiolet).
  • Pipes by John Pollock & Co.
  • Sections devoted to more recent clays still being made by pipe makers all over the world.
  • 378 precisely drawn illustrations with many associated photographs.
  • Finds from all over the British Isles are grouped County by County.
  • A history of clay pipes and how they were made.
  • How to find, clean and identify.
  • Dozens of books are listed along with a summary of their contents.
  • WWW links and contacts are also included.
  • My own pipes which I make are also covered with dozens of pictures taken of the studio.
  • Short Video presentations.
  • Readers on the WWW can also send in photographs of their pipes and collections to add to future releases of this CD.
  • The CD was first released in 1999 and is now up to at least Revision U.

Suitable for any PC equiped with CD-ROM drive and Web Browser.

Copyright 2012 Heather Coleman, Dawnmist Studio


Buy this CD here...

Post & Packing is INCLUDED on this CD.

£6.85 (for UK destinations only)
USD 11.95 (worldwide destinations)
EURO 7.95 (for EU destinations only)






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