Turkish Block Meerschaum – Pharaoh’s Blessing Pipe

£150.00 inc. VAT

Weight: 140g

Length: 160mm

Bowl Width: 20mm

Bowl Depth: 45mm

Made from 100% genuine Turkish block meerschaum.

NOTE: The pipe stand shown in the picture is not included.

 

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Pharaoh’s Blessing Pipe – Turkish Block Meerschaum

Weight: 140g

Length: 160mm

Bowl Width: 20mm

Bowl Depth: 45mm

Made from 100% genuine Turkish block meerschaum.

Meerschaum translates from German to English as ‘Sea Foam’. An incredibly effective material for pipes as its hard to burn out due to its heat absorbing qualities. It starts off it’s journey coming from the Black Sea, and when wet is easy to carve making it a favourite for craftsman in Turkey to display intricate patterns. Over a period of time it absorbs the nicotine, changing colour from an ivory white to a brown speckled tortoise shell pattern. The meerschaum also vitrifies over this time period, becoming ever more durable.

Pharaoh’s Blessing Pipe – Turkish Block Meerschaum

Turkish Meerschaum (Sepiolite) Blog

Meerschaum translates from German to English as ‘Sea Foam’. This term was employed as the material could sometimes be found afloat the Black Sea. This incredibly workable material, also known as sepiolite, was first given the name meerschaum in 1788 by Abraham Gottlob Werner. That being said, some of the earliest examples of meerschaum pipes date back to sixty years before. The material was (and still is) sought after for it’s highly porous and easy to carve nature. Meerschaum has become synonymous with Turkish pipe makers. The skills used to apply such detail to these pipes has made them world renowned, and quite rightly so. To read more click here.

 

Additional information

Weight 250 g
Dimensions 200 × 70 × 120 mm
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Not available for USA

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