Old Dominion: Chesapeake Tobacco Pipe

Product Number: 002-631-0003

Old Dominion pipes began with a nearly extinct heirloom Indian corn which brothers Bob and Bill Savage, and Laurel, the latter's wife, found to produce a particularly sweet, unique cornmeal. Bringing this breed back from the brink, and finding a healthy demand for it from amateur cooks and professional chefs alike, they also soon found themselves with a lot of large, colorful cobs piling up as well. Turning up archeological evidence that their Pungo Creek Mills farmland had been the site of a clay and cob pipe making operation dating back to the colonial period, an answer as to what to do with all these distinctive corn cobs presented itself. That answer, of course, was to hand-craft them into sweet-smoking cobs fitted with bamboo cane stems — pipes just like those the planters who'd come before them had enjoyed over two centuries ago.

The Chesapeake is the smallest of its brethren in the Old Dominion line. Perfect for a bit of shag or pure Virginia, its narrow chamber promises a sweet smoke — for those times when a little is all you need. Note: All measurements listed are approximate, as there will be some variation from individual pipe to individual pipe.

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Measurements & Other Details

  • Length: 5.15 in./130.81 mm.
  • Weight: 0.72 oz./20.41 g.
  • Bowl Height: 1.80 in./45.72 mm.
  • Chamber Depth: 1.45 in./36.83 mm.
  • Chamber Diameter: 0.63 in./16.00 mm.
  • Outside Diameter: 1.37 in./34.80 mm.
  • Stem Material: Other
  • Filter: None
  • Shape: Poker
  • Finish: Other
  • Material: Corn Cob
  • Country: United States
Customer Reviews (4 Total)
Overall Rating:
4.38 out of 5 stars
April 30, 2020
Product: Old Dominion Chesapeake
I think this is the smallest of the Old Dominion cob pipes. I have a number of these either to try different blends or to stash in strategic spots around the house, garage, truck where I may find a good 15-20 minute smoke will suffice.
Just what I needed
March 27, 2023
Product: Old Dominion Chesapeake
I bought the least expensive cob I could find, so I could try Lakeland tobaccos without ghosting my other pipes. This cob has a hardwood bottom and the bowl (cob) does not get excessively hot. I am not so sure about the longevity of the stem. It cann... Read More
Very nice workmanship
April 04, 2024
Product: Old Dominion Chesapeake
Sturdy, rustic, and cute. The draw is open and the pipe lightweight. The bottom of the bowl is thick and solid, so it sits very well. Smoking the pipe, I notice it smokes clean and dry, it seems to absorb moisture very well. Well worth it!
Great pipe
January 30, 2024
Product: Old Dominion Chesapeake
I really want to give this pipe 5 stars, cause I like it, but I just can't, because, though it is really tasty (especially with Burley and American blends) and solid, and built better than MM cobs (the stem doesnt go across the chamber which is very ... Read More
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