Pipes, A Short History of

FloggleWerks: Photo. Pipes, A Short History of 1840 – Briar pipes make their debut in France. Europe being the center of finance and fashion at the time, briar from the white heath shrub and known for tight pores,excellent taste and ability to withstand the heat, was expensive then and expensive now. Early 1700’s- Meerschaum, clay-like… Continue reading Pipes, A Short History of

Legends Pipe Exotic Myrtle Burl 18.75 inches Long by FloggleWerks

Legends Pipe Exotic Myrtle Burl 18.75 inches Long by FloggleWerks. Making of Extra Long and Beautiful Pipes After many decades of pipe making, I have finally been able to reproduce the old worlds craft of long THIN and durable bent pipe stems. A stem over 12 inches in length, with a diameter of less than… Continue reading Legends Pipe Exotic Myrtle Burl 18.75 inches Long by FloggleWerks

Coffee Stained Pipes

Caramel Pipe 12 Inch Highly Figured Myrtle by FloggleWerks on Etsy. Stained with Coffee (Decaf of course) Staining pipes with ‘Human Friendly and Organic’ products had lead me down quite the path. I have tried everything from food coloring (makes a horrible mess and leaches from the pipe after months of drying and still stains… Continue reading Coffee Stained Pipes

Herb Pipes History and Why

Hobbit Herb Pocket Pipe Highly Figured Myrtle 8 by FloggleWerks. Herb Pipes History and Why Herb pipes have been found in dig sites as far back as 1500 BC (or BCE for the politically correct). Herb pipes were used for ceremonial, medicinal and leisure activities throughout the ages and across every known peopled continent. I… Continue reading Herb Pipes History and Why

Churchwarden Pipes – Imgur

Churchwarden Pipes – Imgur.