Here you will find an ever changing selection of clay pipes which are surplus to my own personal study. Items might include earlier pieces dating back as far as c.1600, although the majority will date from the 17th-20th Century. More recent collectibles might include designs that are still made today using the original moulds. I sometimes also have books for sale. Have a browse through and if you need more help then do ask. You may order and pay immediately through the shopping basket system provided. Remember that my sold changes from month to month so do come back for another visit soon.

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OLDER CLAY PIPES PRESENTLY FOR SALE

TWO Tudor Clay Pipe Bowls


Two Tudor period clay pipe bowls from London dating to around 1600-1610 which is quite early. These are small bowls as you can see from the scale of the image with a rim of only about 12mm, the size of the tip of a finger. Both included in this sale which includes the postage.


Price includes postage and packing


£21.00 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 39.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 35.50 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Group of 17th Century Clay Pipe Bowls



This purchase includes all shown in the image. All from England and vary in date from c.1640-1665. The group shows a variety of styles that were around at that time.


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£7.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 14.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 11.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

PIECE 1. Mid 18th Century London Clay Pipe - Half stem remaining



NOTE TO PURCHASER: MY CONFIRMATION OF PURCHASE E-MAIL KEEPS BOUNCING SO I CAN NOT GET THROUGH TO YOU. THIS ITEM POSTED ON 26TH JUNE AND SHOULD BE WITH YOU 8-12 WORKING DAYS FROM THEN. THANK YOU.

From my personal collection. This piece was found in London in the 1950's and came into my collection when the finder passed away about 15 years ago. The date would be around c.1730-1760. Approx half of the original pipe is represented here with 6 inches of stem surviving intact. The initials L B are just visible on the sides of the heel which were those of the master pipe maker who ran the business back then.
Lovely piece for display or if given a good clean could actually be used to smoke or for reenactment prop!


PIECE 2. Mid 18th Century London Clay Pipe - Half stem remaining



From my personal collection. This piece was found in London in the 1950's and came into my collection when the finder passed away about 15 years ago. The date would be around c.1730-1760. Approx half of the original pipe is represented here with 5 and a half inches of stem surviving intact. This piece has a smoked bowl inside from use over 200 years ago!
Lovely piece for display or if given a good clean could actually be used to smoke or for reenactment prop!


PIECE 3. Mid 18th Century London Clay Pipe - Half stem remaining



From my personal collection. This piece was found in London in 1957 and came into my collection when the finder passed away about 15 years ago. The date would be around c.1730-1760. Just under half of the original pipe is represented here with 5 inches of stem surviving intact. Large dot symbols are visible on the sides of the heel which were marks of the master pipe maker who ran the business back then.
Lovely piece for display or if given a good clean (has some loose mud inside the chamber and in hole) could actually be used to smoke or for reenactment prop!


Four Mid 18th century Bowls from Salisbury



This group includes all as shown in the image. Four pipe bowls which are from the c.1740-60 period found in the area of Salisbury, UK. The style of bowl represented by the shapes in this group is typical for that area at that time so these are a good typology group. Condition varies with a little rust on the bowls, however, this can be cleaned up using acid if you have a mind to do that which would improve them dramatically, or I could do that for you (takes about 4 days).

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£10.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 22.35 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 18.15 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Group of broken pipe pieces from Barnstaple, Devon





A group of broken pipe pieces found in fields near Barnstaple in North Devon, UK. These vary in date from the mid 17th century to mid 19th century. Some of the heel fragments have a makers mark stamped on the base as shown in the images here. A couple of bowls are complete. Everything in the photos is included in this purchase. Postage and packing included in the price.

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£10.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 22.35 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 18.15 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Group of Seven Dutch Clay Pipe Bowls 1640-1840



All from Holland. These are in nice condition and represent a few typical Dutch shapes and how they changed over time. Left to right: c.1640, c.1680-1710, c.1760-1820, c.1750-1840. c.1750-1840, c.1750-1840, c.1700-1740. Some have makers marks on the heel or spur. The surfaces of Dutch pipes are lovely and smooth due to being carefully burnished when made which was all done by hand in a labour intensive process. This purchase includes all shown in the photo as well as postage and packing.

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£16.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 31.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 23.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Group of Seven Egg-Shaped Dutch Clay Pipe Bowls 1750-1840



These are in nice condition and represent a variety of the typical egg-shaped pipe bowls which are unique to Holland. All c. 1750-1840 in date They all have makers marks on spur. The surfaces of Dutch pipes are lovely and smooth due to being carefully burnished when made which was all done by hand in a labour intensive process. This purchase includes all shown in the photo as well as postage and packing.

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£12.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 23.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 19.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Group of Regional English clay pipe bowls c.1650-c.1790







This is a varied group of typical styles from England from c.1650-1790. Regions included are: London, Bristol, Midlands, Norfolk, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Devon. Conditon varies as shown in the images. This purchase includes all shown in the photo as well as postage and packing.

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£17.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 31.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 25.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Rare Miniature Jacob by L Fiolet



A chance to get a rare miniature Jacob pipe bowl made by the famous pipe making firm of L.Fiolet of St.Omer in France. Date: c.1860-1910. This firm began in the late 18th century but it was after the 1840's and through to the 1910's that they were making many hundreds of their best designs right up until the 1920's. Fiolet pipes are particularly collectible because they often have coloured glazes on them and themes that are enjoyable to see. This is a miniature Jacob pipe which is a rare collectible one (I have others I am keeping for now). The Jacob pipes came in a range of sizes, produced in three-part moulds and then with hand-painted colours added. I hope you will enjoy having this piece!


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£25.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 48.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 42.50 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Frederic Soul - Comedian Character by Gambier

A rare and collectible design produced by the French firm of Gambier of Paris from the 1840's to 1920's. Gambier were well known for their comical portrait pipes and this design was no exception. From what I know it depicts a portrait of Frederic Soul who was a comedian who used a play on words with his name and the sole of a shoe. So you have here a bald headed character with tufts of hair, wide staring eyes and his chin embedded in a shoe! The mould that was used to produce this piece could date from the 1840's as it is shown in the Gambier catalogue from that time, however I think this actual pipe dates from around 1910 because the little JG mark stamped on the base was registered by the firm at that time. The pipe has been heavily smoked, once it was pure white, now a rich seasoned brown color all over. There is damage on the pipe which I believe to be in-keeping with the date of the pipe caused by heavy-handedness of the smoker tapping it on a table to get rid of ash - the tips of the eye-brows are chipped and the tip of the shoe also. It is a lovely collectible Gambier pipe, the largest version from their catalogue and every clay pipe collector should have one of these. It is also fairly heavy too!


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£42.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 69.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 61.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Soldier clay pipe bowl



Nice mid 19th century pipe bowl shaped like a soldiers head. These earlier English portrait pipes are simple in design and have a charm all of themselves which I particularly like. I would put a date of c.1840-1865 on this one. The inside of the bowl is smoked.


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£8.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 17.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 15.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Group of Clay Pipe Bowls: Armorial, Inn, Rope



Group of Three Pipe Bowls including: Armorial design and the word Edward on the stem, Inn design with a basket of flowers and a beer barrel on the other side, Coiled Rope design. These date from about 1880-1915.


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£6.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 14.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 12.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Group of Clay Pipe Bowls: Dots, Thorn, Castle, Armorial



Group of FOUR Pipe Bowls including: Dotted/Rustic, Thorns, Inniskilling regiment with Derry Castle (who served in Egypt), Armorial design. These date from about 1880-1915. Some chips on these.


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£6.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 14.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 12.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Pipe Bowl - Bunch of Grapes



Nice clay pipe bowl shapes like a bunch of grapes with some leaves. Date most likely to be between about 1875 and 1915. Displays well and one of the more striking to look at designs.


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£6.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 11.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 10.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Complete Jacob Pipe by Wingender of Germany


Lovely complete clay pipe, bowl, wooden stem and Mouth piece (looks like horn), plus string. This is yet another version of the well collected and loved Jacob pipe which was produced all over Europe by lots of pipe makers. It was popular among smokers back in the 19th century and is still very desirable today. Over 200 types have been recorded! This is a nice version by the German firm of Wingender who operated in the 19th century and early 20th. I think a fair date for this one would be c.1870-1910. Formed in a three-part mould then all hand painted in coloured glazes. There is no damage to this one. Lovely display piece for any collection. Has been in my personal collection for about 15 years but I have so many Jacobs it is time to part with a few of them!


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£45.00 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 72.00 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 63.00 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Hand holding Cup



Nice design with a hand holding a drinking cup. Perhaps by the firm of Southern of Broseley in Shropshire. Date c.1880-1920. Note there is a small hairline crack on the side. Postage & Packing included in the price.


Price includes postage and packing


£5.65 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 8.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 9.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

GIANT Pipe bowl



Made by myself, this is a piece of art based on a scaled up mid 17th century pipe shape. I made it by shaping the bowl on the potters wheel then added a heel and a portion of stem. Originally my aim had been to make a stem for it also but I only ever completed the bowl part. This item might appeal as an ornament for a shelf or decorative clay pipe feature in the garden for use as a plant pot perhaps. Note it is heavy so only available for mainland UK but if you are not in the UK and want to enquire then please write so that I can quote you for postage for non-UK locations. Please do not purchase it if you are a non-UK resident but do ask first. The coffee mug (not included but also made by myself) shows the scale of this item.


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£17.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)

Queen Alexandra



This pipe bowl portrays Queen Alexandra and is marked on the stem concerning her coronation which was in 1901. Her husband Edward VII was crowned King on that date. This is likely an English made product and will date from that time until perhaps the 1920's as often clay pipes with Royal themes were made for many years after events.


Miniature Eagle Claw Design



Lovely minature clay pipe dating from c.1880-1925 in the shape of an eagle claw. Nice condition and has been part of my personal collection since the 1970's.


Group of Assorted Pipe Bowls including Crossed Keys



This is a mixed group of pipe bowls and include some attactive designs. Condition varies, some having been smoked and generally a clean looking group
Plain London bowl c.1720-40
Acorn and leaves c.1875-1920
Sporting pipe with footballers running and footballers tackling c.1870-1920
Leaves c.1880-1920
Plant decorations including leaves and a rose c.1875-1920
Crossed Keys (likely an Inn of that name) c.1875-1920
Rustic/Dotted design c.1880-1920
Thorn plant design c.1880-1925
Calabash shape c.1880-1925
RAOB Buffalo head design c.1880-1925
Scallop design c.1865-1910


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£13.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 26.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 20.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Turkish Region Levent Clay Pipe Bowl



Collectible style of clay pipe from the production centres of Turkey from the 19th century. I suggest a date of middle to late 19th century for this piece. These pipes were only made in that region and were produced in two parts joined together. They are very collectible because of the work that went into making them and finishing the clay off with very fine patterns on a highly hand-polished gobe-dipped surface. This piece is essential for any collection where clay pipes representing differing regions of Europe is needed or where admiration of pipe making skills is favoured. It has a makers mark on the side of the bowl in arabic writing. Sadly the bowl has suffered in a previous collection but has been lovingly repaired... part of the side fell away and has been stuck back on and there are two small pieces of the rim rebuilt in matching putty. Overall the damage does not look too displeasing at all.


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£9.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 20.75 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 16.75 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Group of Assorted Pipe Bowls including Complete Dublin pipe



This is a mixed group of pipe bowls. Condition varies.
The Inn / W.Baxter with plant and barrel design c.1870-1920
Coat of Arms with Unicorn and Crowned Lion c.1870-1910
Ship and Anchor design c.1880-1915
Plain bowl with O'Brien, Mayo St, Dublin stamped on the back c.1880-1925
Another Coat of Arms with Unicorn and Crowned Lion c.1870-1910
COMPLETE clay pipe marked Dublin on the stem c.1880-1925
Small bubble pipe with flowers in basket design c.1890-1925


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£13.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 26.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 20.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Group of Assorted Pipe Bowls including Naval Officer



This is a mixed group of pipe bowls. Condition varies.
Coat of Arms with Unicorn and Crowned Lion c.1870-1910 (some epoxy fillng added to rim)
Another Coat of Arms with Unicorn and Crowned Lion c.1870-1910
Naval Officer portrait pipe c.1880-1915, has a piece of the hat missing on one side but the better side is complete. Has been in a fire so some burning on bowl.
Coat of arms design which says Let Glasgow Flourish c.1880-1925
Small bubble pipe with basket of flowers design c.1880-1920
Rugby ball with tip of foot design c.1880-1920
Plain bowl with Dublin stamped on rear c.1890-1925
Rose and Thistle design c.1870-1910


Price includes postage and packing


£13.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 26.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 20.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

POSTAGE AND PACKING IS INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF ALL ITEMS

Three Thick Pipe Bowls



Three nice thick pipe bowls with some stem. Dating to around 1900-1940 and likely made in Scotland. Although not complete pipes these would be ideal for theatre/drama/tv as props and could be smoked. Price is for all three of them and includes the postage.


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£5.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 11.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 10.45 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Rare - London Drinking Man and Woman



Collectible clay pipe bowl from London dating from c.1815-1845. It depicts a celebrating woman and man with drink glasses and bottle. Over the woman are the words "GO IT" and over the man "BANG UP". I have no idea what this means, perhaps a phrase that was popular at the time in London connected with drinking or a celebration or personal ritual, perhaps song words? Maybe it celebrates the end of the Napoleonic Wars. I have only ever seen two of these in over 35 years of collecting and I have the other one so I consider it a rare design and I particularly enjoy these scenes of life in this time period shown on clay pipes. Makers initials on the spur on the base of the bowl are M M.


Giant French Pipe Bowl



Produced by the famous French firm of J.Gambier of Paris and dating from about 1860-1920 this is an unusual large pipe bowl. Gambier produced many thousands of designs right up until 1926 and their pipes have always been favoured by smokers at that time and are very collectible today. This pipe might appeal as a novelty item or if you are a Gambier pipe collector. The makers mark is on the stem. Pipes like these were produced mainly for show and as novelty items but were also passed around and smoked at clubs in the past. This one is quite heavy and has a nice smooth polished finish.


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£17.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 33.55 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 27.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Giant Exhibition Building pipe bowl with most of stem



This is a large "show pipe" which has the bowl and most of the stem, just the mouth end missing. The original design of this style of pipe was patented in the 1840's by a London pipe maker then other pipe makers produced similar pipes soon after and from then on through to the 1920's. This one depicts one of the 19th century Great Exhibition buildings of the time where inventions and industrial skills were shown off. Likely one of the exhibitions held in London shown here. The date of this actual pipe bowl likely between c.1860 and 1910. I am not sure which maker produced this one as several in England did this design. There is a small hand-made hole at the front of the pipe which someone made to hang it up on a wall in past times. Nice display piece!


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£17.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 33.55 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 27.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Beautiful Hand-Painted Porcelain Stummel Pipe bowl - Large Size







An original porcelain "stummel" pipe bowl with incredible painted scene around the bowl. These originate from what is now the German region of Europe in the 19th century and these stummel styles of bowl were part of a larger pipe which had a socket and a stem. This pipe bowl is a much larger than normal size pieces as you can see from the scale in the images. The scene appears to be all hand-painted which means it likely dates from the middle of the 19th century when more skill went into producing them, rather than the later part of that century when more common transfer-printed versions were made - which makes it much more collectible.

I am not familiar with the theme of the painting but it looks like a post-medieval town theme with people having a good time and a man calling to a lady who is on her balcony. It is marvellous to look at this painting and see all the finer details - the application of colours and the way that the layers were added. The necklace on the balcony lady looks like it was painted using single strands of the artists brush. There is also a gold border on the pipe which is another feature on earlier more elaborate bowls of this type. The lid appears to be made of solid silver with a beautiful flower design although I have not been able to find any hall-mark on the metal.

There is a very fine hairline split running part way down one side of the bowl but it does not distract too much from the lovely painting and overall appearance. This pipe has been in my collection for a number of years and although I admire the workmanship my main love is in the simpler clay pipes which is why I am now parting with this one. I hope you will also have many years enjoying it.

I am open to offers on the price of this piece so do write to me thank you.



£85.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 138.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 114.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Pipe Stem Bracelet 1.



Diameter of bracelet approx 7cm (2 and a half inches).
Made from pipe stems dating c.1670-1800. English and Dutch stems, the long hanging stem being Dutch with some nice decorations on it.
I used dark blue square glass beads and gold plated beads.
Threaded on a black waxed cord.


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£7.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 15.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 13.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Pipe Stem Bracelet 2.



Diameter of bracelet approx 8cm (2 and three-quarter inches).
Made from pipe stems dating c.1670-1800. English and Dutch stems.
I used dark green square glass beads and silver-plated beads.
Threaded on a black waxed cord.


Price includes postage and packing


£7.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 15.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 13.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

POSTAGE AND PACKING IS INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF ALL ITEMS

Pipe Stem Necklace 9.



Necklace of 66cm all-round (26 inch all round)
On this piece I used medium thickness English and Dutch stems dating roughly 1700-1840, some being scorched black and grey from having been burnt in a fire in olden days.
Black waxed cord


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OTHER ITEMS INCLUDING METAL, POTTERY, GLASS, BOOKS & CD's...

BOOK: Significant Figures in Art and Craft Today

Heather and her pipes are featured in the 2011 publication "Significant Figures in Art and Craft Today" by Derek Reay.
This is a 192 page, full colour, hardcover book covering a wide range of Arts and Crafts of 86 people who have made an impact in their chosen field of expertise.
Foreword by David Linley. ISBN 978-0-9556154-3-6

If you have an overall interest in arts and crafts of all kinds then this book is for you! Each of the 86 artists covered in the book are shown in their working environment in nice glossy colour photo's and there is a two page article about their work and achievments. This is the sort of book you can pick up now and then and browse through a few at a time, dipping into the arts and crafts of a wide variety of topics - the book cover reveals the multitude included. Also ideal as a gift or for a coffee table for when visitors come.

PLEASE NOTE: This book is heavy and so the price given here is for customers on Mainland UK only. If you are not a UK mainland resident then please write to me first so I can give you a price quote which includes the postage to your country, thank you.


Price includes postage and packing UK ONLY. NON UK residents please write first!


£29.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)

ARROW HEAD Iron c.800-1200 AD from Balkan Region



A lovely item which I have been holding on to for some time but interests have changed recently. I sold off several arrow heads several years ago but kept this nice one until now.

This was given to me with others about 15 years ago. I was told it came from farmland in the Balkan region of eastern Europe and dates from around 800-1400 AD although I have seen similar occasionally on e-bay shown as being Roman. I have not seen this shape as often as others.

It is forged from iron and it looks like it is not as common as others I have seen because this one appears to have been carefully forged in two parts with the hammered swallow-tail shaped head and a conical portion which would have fitted over a stick. Imagine the work that went into creating this complex shape!

The condition is as it was found, iron with a rusty surface. I recommend that if you purchase this item that you dip it in a fine mechanical oil to preserve the surface as occasional tiny particles fall off. The core of the metal looks fine but the surface rust is obviously delicate. Otherwise store it in a container with silica gel grains to absorb any moisture. I have had it for 15 years and little has come off it.

The ruler in the image shows the size in cm and inches.


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£17.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 33.55 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 27.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Roman Cloak Fastening




A bronze Roman cloak fastening which originates from somewhere in Northern Europe, likely either England or France but I do not have the exact location where found. There is some decoration on the curved edge and the coiled spring on the back is still partly visible.


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£8.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 15.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 13.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Pottery Fragments - Native American



Group of small pottery fragments that were once for study. I am fairly sure these were recovered from farmland in Kentucky, USA, however, I am not sure as to the date but I suspect older than 1700.


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£7.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 16.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 12.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Traditional Ink Bottle - Round with Tall Neck

Another style of Ink bottle, this one found on a dump dating from c.1880. The rim is a shear-top type from manufacture processes where taken off the blowing rod. Height x Width in millimetres: 65 x 50. Condition is clean although some internal efflorescence/opalescence


£6.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 13.50 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 9.50 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Green Glass Ink Bottle

Another style of Ink bottle in olive green coloured glass with some nice air bubbles. There are two ridges in the top for resting the pen. This one found on a dump dating from c.1880-1910. The rim is a shear-top type from manufacture processes where taken off the blowing rod. There is a slightly larger chip in this as seen in the picture although not too noticable. Condition is good and with a gentle wash it will come up even better.


£6.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 13.50 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 9.50 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

Traditional Medium sized Bulk Ink Stoneware Bottle

Heavy stoneware clay bottle marked with a stamp of the makers in Lambeth, London with 39 (size?). These came in many sizes and glaze textures, this being a more typical medium size. Height x Width in millimetres: 110 x 55. Condition is fair. The surface texture is glossy/pitted from manufacture.


£7.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 16.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 10.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

BOOKS AND CD'S...

BAR British Series 192, 1988.



The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe. XI. Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Tyneside Tobacco Pipe Makers and Tobacconists, by Lloyd Edwards.
This is a very hard to get hold of archaeological publication from 1988, and ideal study material for those specialising in the subject of regional clay tobacco pipes in the Tyneside area of England. The publication of 164 pages contains a lot of information relating to pipe makers and their marks as well as lists of the makers and the times they were operating - births, marriages, death etc. There is also a good section listing Tobacconists too. While there are no actual drawings of the pipes there are a great number of neat drawings of the marks from the pipes shown which can help in identification.
Condition of the book is very good indeed, hardly used.
21 x 29cm size with 164 pages, soft cover.


DEVON ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Proceedings No. 67 2009



DEVON ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Proceedings No. 67 2009
ISSN: 0305-5795

Nice glossy publication of the Devon Archaeology Society with well presented subjects,
professional reports of investigations, lots of black & white photographs as well as diagrams, maps etc.
Ideal reading for local historians or researchers.

Copy of this publication which is in a hardly used condition. 252 pages
24 x 17cm
Colour Cover Softback

Brief summary of the contents:
1. Devon castle studies.
2. Jacob's Well, Woodbury.
3. Hilltop enclosure Parracombe.
4. Iron Age hillfort of Berry Ball.
5. Dyers, Fullers and Brewers - Tudor Street, Exeter.
6. 94 Vauxhall Street Plymouth, Early 19th Century Warehouse and Office.
7. Mount Foundry, Tavisold
8. Greek Coin from Colyford
9. Cache of early clay pipes from Appledore.


JUST ONE COPY AVAILABLE. price includes postage and packing.


£8.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 18.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 13.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

DEVON ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Proceedings No. 68 2010



DEVON ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY Proceedings No. 68 2010
ISSN: 0305-5795

Nice glossy publication of the Devon Archaeology Society with well presented subjects,
professional reports of investigations, lots of black & white photographs as well as diagrams, maps etc.
Ideal reading for local historians or researchers.

Copy of this publication which is in a hardly used condition.
232 pages
24 x 17cm
Colour Cover Softback

Brief summary of the contents:
1. Neolithic Assemblage from Tiverton.
2. Neolithic Sherds and Lithics from Merrivale.
3. Prehistoric and Roman material from Lundy.
4. Iron Age and Roman Settlement at Cullompton.
5. Roman Roof slate Quarry at Ipplepen.
6. Medieval Moated site at Wonford Exeter.
7. Investigations around Crediton Parish Church.
8. Metalworking and Debris on land near Castle Dene.
9. Admiral Vernon Inn, Exeter.


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£8.95 (includes shipping to UK destinations only)
USD 18.95 (includes shipping Worldwide)
EURO 13.95 (includes shipping to EU destinations only)

The Art and Archaeology of Clay Tobacco Pipes

CD ROM - Packed with Information

Heather Coleman is an artist, amateur 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, artists, 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 (might not work on older PC's)
  • 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 revised every year.

  • Suitable for any PC equipped with CD ROM drive and Web Browser. SVGA (or better) Display with 24 or 32 bit colour gives best results with the pictures.

    Copyright 1999 Heather Coleman, Dawnmist Studio


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    Clay Tobacco Pipes from Exeter and Topsham

    Printed A4 size Document with durable clear plastic thermal bound cover
    Suitable for researchers, archaeologists and students

    During 2001 I was granted permission from two land owners in the Exeter area to search plough soil for clay pipes. One of the sites was on a hill near an old farm just east of the city and the other site on fields by the river at Topsham. This is my own short archaeological report covering clay pipes from the two sites.
    Contains 26 pages of text including:
    • An overview of the Exeter area pipe making industry
    • About the two sites investigated
    • Notes about the pipes studied
    • Every pipe is numbered and a listing of features for each record is included
    • References
    • A simple bar chart of makers
    • A site location map
    • Site plans
    • 3 pages of black & white photo plates
    • 2 pages of colour plates including the cover photo
    • 6 pages of illustrated clay pipes found, scale 1:1
    Approx 100 clay pipes/pieces were drawn from the two sites, mostly of the 1600-1750 period and show the typical Exeter styles found. The predominant styles before about 1800 were plain with a line of milling around the rim and a large flat heel. It is hoped that this work will find it's place among other reports on regional English clay pipes and will compliment work by other researchers as well as shedding light on new bowl forms.

    Copyright 2002 revised 2014. Heather Coleman, Dawnmist Studio

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