American Estate Pipes

66 Total ( 8 Fresh , 1 On Sale )
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This is our American estates page, where you'll find a range of estate pipes, covering everything from vintage factory marques like Kaywoodie and WDC to the modern American workshop of BriarWorks International. Along with those serially produced pieces, you'll also find handmade artisanal offerings from a spread of pipemakers — including Adam Davidson, Todd Johnson, Yeti, Chheda, Lee von Erck, J.T. Cooke, Ernie Markle, and Walt Cannoy among many others.

What is an estate pipe, exactly? An estate pipe is any pipe that has been previously owned by someone else, including both smoked and unsmoked offerings. Each estate pipe that we sell has undergone a thorough cleaning and disinfecting regimen before it is ever offered for sale. Estate pipes are generally far less expensive than a new pipe of the same make, thereby representing an excellent value for the money, and for many smokers, a way to sample the wares of pipe makers they might not otherwise be able to afford.

To learn more about how we grade estate pipes, check out our estate grading policy page. For more information on trading in your own estate pipes, check out our trade-in policy here.

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