Missouri Meerschaum was begun by Henry Tibbe, a Dutch immigrant woodworker, back in 1869, as the world's first, and to this day the largest, maker of corn cob pipes. A local farmer had made such a pipe for himself by hand, and finding its smoking qualities so agreeable, he asked Tibbe to try turning out more on his lathe. The farmer proved to be a very satisfied customer, and so Tibbe turned even more cobs to put up for sale in his shop - and sell they did. Before he knew it, Henry Tibbe was a full-time maker of a highly demanded item. Which is, pretty much, just what the company he founded remains to this day, offering the world's pipemen easy, affordable, sweet-smoking corn cob pipes to this day.
Note: While all of our other pipes are photographed individually, these are not, and you may expect some reasonable cosmetic variation between the example we've photographed and the pipe you've received.
13 Missouri Meerschaum pipes in this category.