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Introducing Bullfrog Pipes to the world…

Jeremiah is an artisan pipe maker from Melbourne, Australia. The first pipe he carved was a freehand bulldog for his brother in law, from there several pipes were made honing his skill and creating pipes among enthusiasts. Fast forward to 2017 the launch of Bullfrog Pipes, with a variety of shapes and styles. The most recognised of them all is the “gumnut” inspired by the local Australian flora.

All Bullfrog Pipes are hand crafted to order and each pipe are made to customer requirements.

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We welcome Chris Morgan to the family…

Bones Pipes are pipes – That’s it – No fancy stuff.
If you want a pipe to start with or just build your collection, Bones are the pipes for you. These pipes are the absolute least expensive honest briar pipe on the market.

Chris stands by his work and brings a unique pipe to the industry. We stock the full range on our site.

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Triple CCC

Classic corn cob pipes everybody knows Missouri Meerschaum Co.

Grown in Missouri soil and handcrafted for over 149 years in Washington, Missouri. Genuine Missouri Meerschaum Corn Cob Pipes are an American Legend.

The world’s oldest, largest, and leading manufacturer of corn cob pipes. We stock a large range including spare stems and ferrules.

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Common Types of Pipes Today

Corn Cob – Cheapest option, yet highly effective, corn cob pipes are the perfect place to start your pipe journey. Requiring no break in period, corn cob pipes are ready to go as soon as you pick one up. Great for sampling tobaccos, as you don’t have to worry about using a possibly unpleasant tobacco in your everyday pipe. Many people keep one on hand as backup, or as a travel pipe. Most are made in the USA.

Brylon – Developed in the 1960’s as a cheaper alternative to briar. A nylon and wood composite that is tough and provides a lifetime of service.

Briar – Is the most popular type of pipe made today. Pipe makers primarily use briar for two reasons. It is extremely resistant to fire and its porous nature makes for a dry, cool smoke. In many cases it tends to feature grain patterns and natural beauty. Briar is harvested from the roots of the shrub tree, grown in the soils of the Mediterranean area. This small shrub is formally referred to as Erica arborea.

Meerschaum – A soft white mineral primarily harvested in Turkey area, Meerschaum is natural product. It’s pliability allows for intricate designs and a high level of craftsmanship. It is then cured for hardening, and polished. Besides being eye-catching, meerschaum is highly functional. Its porous nature acts as a natural filter, absorbing tars and moisture. The more you smoke it, the more the meerschaum transforms from stark white to light brown colour, with flavour from the smoke improving with time.