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  • Did You Know?: Irish Clay Pipes - Pipe Tobacco Cigars

    Clay pipes, or Didns as they were known, were once found in almost every house in the country and smoked by both men and women. They were popular throughout the country but especially in the rural communities of Ireland and were often associated with storytellers. The clay pipe was also one of the most important parts of any wake or funeral and it was actually considered improper to be without them.
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  • Clay Pipes Galway City Museum

    Clay Pipes. Before the introduction of the cigarette to Ireland in 20th century it was common for men and women to smoke clay pipes. The long-stemmed pipes were commonly passed around at wakes and consequently became known as Lord ha mercy pipes. The short-stemmed pipe was favoured by the working class as it was short and light.
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  • Clay Pipes In Ireland - Pipe Smoking Pipe Tobacco

    Clay pipes were the choice material for Irish pipe smokers until the mid-1800s, when Peterson Partners, Friedrich and Heinrich Kapp, popularized the more traditional briar pipe. Interestingly, briar is not native to Ireland. In fact, Ireland's climate is not ideal for producing briar.
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  • Tobacco Pipes Made in Ireland - TobaccoPipes

    Petersonof Dublin is, far and away, the most famous Irish pipe brand. Known around the world for their distinct design, P-lip and unique smoking system, these pipes have over a centurys worth of Irish history behind them. For most enthusiasts, smoking an Irish-made tobacco pipe means smoking a Peterson. However, they were not the only Irish brand.
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  • Traditional Irish Clay Pipe at IrishShop CLEXP

    The pipe is approx 5.5" long, 1.5" tall at is tallest point and the bowl is .75" in diameter. The Traditional Irish Clay Pipe The village of Knockcroghery in County Roscommon, Ireland, was famous for almost 300 years as a center for the production of clay pipes or "Didns". In the late 1800's virtually the entire village was involved in the manufacture of the pipes with seven different families involved each with their own kiln.
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  • Clay Tobacco Pipes at Penn Valley Pipes - Pipeshoppe

    Green Tip Clay Pipes. $ 6.99 $ 24.00 plus tax where applicable. Green Tip Pipes Order an individual pipe or sets of three or six clay tobacco pipes showing a square basket weave motif on the bowl.. Select options. Sale!
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  • "home rule" irishman's clay pipe and other forgotten remnants

    The second artifact recovered and photographed for posterity was a simple clay pipe, plain except for the cryptic phrase home rule inscribed in it. the phrase is a striking clue to its history. clay tobacco pipes with the same slogan stamped in the surface have been found in a number of privy pits in several cities, and more than likely
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  • The Politics of the Pipe: Clay Pipes and Tobacco Consumption

    The Politics of the Pipe: Clay Pipes and Tobacco Consumption in Galway, Ireland Alexandra Hartnett1 In this paper, clay pipes and the historical record are used to explore the illicit importation of tobacco in seventeenth-century Galway, Ireland. This is part of a wider tradition of the politics of smoking, including the proliferation of the clay
    https://www.jstor.org/stable/20853049


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