Churchwarden

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    Churchwarden

The meaning of Churchwarden is presbyter. An old pipe shape, a contemporary pipe with Elisabeth I of England. It was not prohibited in the 18th century in the england's church. The first variation was pottery pipe with shorter stem. This was slimsy. Intersingly, all of the other style of pipe are identifited by the shape of their bowls, but he churchwarden is identified by it's long stem. The long stem can be bent or straight. Stems may be 9" to 18" long. A clay churchwarden. There is a practical limit to the lenght. You need to be able to reach the bowl with the stem in your mouth. The bowl size is usually small as compared tot the average sized pipe. Churchwarden are available in clay and briar and occasionally meerschaum. It is a traditionally, clay pipes are made in one piece and a rusticated briar churchwarden. 

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    Stanwell pipe H. C. Andersen 3 Sand

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