pipes from Asia meerschaum cheroot holders
figural clay pipes
opium pipes and paraphernalia carved meerschaum pipes
pr-columbian and American-Indian pipes
covers for pipes Cameroon pipes
Dutch decorated clay pipes
porcelain pipes the making of clay pipes
tomb statuette of a smoker, Nayarit, Mexico, 4th Century

Museum visits

1 Opening hours
2 General museum description
3 Group visits
4 Special events
5 Address


6 History of the museum
7 The historic museum building
8 Topics
9 The virtual exhibition


10 Spare collections
11 Different fields of collecting
12 Library and documentation
13 National reference collection


14 Research by the museum
15 Archaeology and pipes
16 Information and determination


17 The most popular books
18 Picture postcards
19 Complete list of publications


20 Links

Dutch farmer filling his clay pipe, Gerke Henkes, Holland, c. 1900
click for objects from the Amsterdam Pipe Museum
stemmed clay pipes pipemaker's marks
painted porcelain pipes early wooden pipes
carved briar pipes
etnographic pipes pipes of various materials
modern briar pipes
pipes from Asia meerschaum cherootholders
odalisk smoking from a hookah by the Oriëntalist Charles Bargue, Paris, c. 1875
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