“I believe that pipe smoking contributes to a somewhat calm and objective judgement in all human affairs.” This is what Albert Einstein said in 1950. And although we cannot measure the truth in his words, we can only admire such a fashionable hobby that sometimes can get really pricey. Check out these amazing manly pipes.
Women’s Leg Pipe
This is a 1920s Vintage Art Deco Pipe. It is very rare and the collectors say that is pretty much a piece of jewelry.
This us a Victorian silver pipe, cast with a scene of Baccante who is standing on a barrel, on a bed of grape vines.
An old piece of jewelry that every connoisseur would love to have in his collection.
This Acorn Pipe is about 100 years old. It has an unique sterling silver stem and an acorn cap that’s holding a wooden bowl.
Not everyone can see the beauty of this pipe because of its Gothic look, but we must appreciate it’s uniqueness.
The Gandalf Pipe
A pipe handcrafted as an homage to one of J. R. R. Tolkien’s characters, Gandalf The Wizard.
Who would have thought that shells could be used at manufacturing pipes? This item looks amazing and every man would love to have one.
The Cello Fish pipe has a shape that leaves no doubt about its name. Although it doesn’t makes any musical notes, it’s a very elegant piece to own.
German Meerschaum and Amber Stemmed Tobacco Pipe
This is a pipe about which the collector says that it was made somewhere between 1800 and 1900. Its design is pretty bold and delicate at the same time.
Darth Vader Pipe
A classic for any Star Wars lover, The Darth Vader pipe was designed for a strong-willed person who isn’t afraid of showing off his passions.
This larva inspired pipe also resembles a crustacean’s tale, so collectors say tat it’s a pretty special piece of art.
Yin and Yang Pipe
The Asian Yin and Yang is an inspiration even for pipe makers. The simplicity and elegance of this pipes makes them unique.
A lion is a ferocious animal, but it also has a charm that only danger can inspire. This pipe is a mix of usability and indulgence.
This pipe is a unique piece of jewelry with a twist: while a dragon is a creature that creates fire, this pipe uses fire in order to create an unforgettable experience for the one who uses it.
These items belonged to the grandfather of the collector and this set contains three pipes and the jar in which the man used to keep his cherry flavored tobacco. They are about 100 years old.
This pipe was created in 1983 in Germany, and it’s still waiting for the right owner because it has never been used before.
Hundreds of years have passed and this medieval pipe is still good to go, so any collector would be proud to have it.
A Meerschaum pipe is made from a mineral called sepiolite. The first recorded use of meerschaum for making pipes was around 1723.
This beauty was carved from an animal’s horn, and it was crafted in 1860.
China Silver Pipe
This is a silver tobacco pipe made in China. It also has a charming box and it’s a very rare item.