Comoys The Everyman London Pipe, Vest Pocket Type

The Everyman" by Comoy's, Oval Bowl Vest Pocket

's a Comoy's make "The Everyman" London Pipe in an oval bowl vest pocket shape. These pipes were made with the oval bowl to more easily be carried in a pocket. This Everyman has the Comoy's 3 bar stem-side markings, also found on the Tradition models. It's very light in weight and the grain is excellent on the bowl sides, straight on the left side and elongated birdseye on the right. T's no fills, but 3 super tiny sand pits on the bowl. Stem has super slight buffed out tooth impressions and is in excellent shape as well. The bowl shows a light cake and the draw hole is in the bottom. Overall an excellent pipe, fully restored and ready to smoke.

Markings: The Everyman London Pipe, Made in London (circle) England (under) 482

Approx. Dimensions:

Length - 5 1/2"
Inside diameter of Bowl - 1/2" x 7/8"
Bowl height - 1 1/2"

Comoy's is the oldest, continuously operating manufacturer of briar pipes in the world. Francois Comoy began making clay pipes in France in 1825. In 1848 his son Louis was one of the first to adopt briar for his pipemaking artistry. In 1879 Louis' son Henri moved the family briar-making business to London , tby establishing Comoy's as one of the premier briar pipemakers of that city.
Today, more than 150 years and
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