Presentation § 9

The virtual exhibition

The links below represent pipes from the rich collection of the Amsterdam Pipe Museum. They give an impression of the various fields of collecting. More chapters on pipes and pipe smoking from this unique Amsterdam museum you find on the site www.pipeclub.nl

Dutch decorated pipes the making of clay pipes
painted porcelain pipes
meerschaum cheroot holders covers for pipes
early wooden pipes
pipemaker's marks etnographic pipes
porcelain pipes
figural clay pipes stemmed clay pipes
modern briar pipes
pr-columbian and American-Indian pipes opium pipes and paraphernalia
waterpipes
Cameroon pipes pipes from Asia
carved meerschaum pipes
pre-columbiaanse pijpen en pijpen van de Indianen § 1

American tobacco pipes
a chapter on pre-Culumbian and ceremonial Indian pipes

merken op kleipijpen § 2 pipemakers' marks
the marks of the clay pipe makers and their historical objects
Hollandse reliëfpijpen § 3 decorations in relief
Gouda and semi-Gouda clay pipes with decorations
figurale steelpijpen § 4 stemmed pipes
tobacco pipes with figural bowls and a clay stem
Franse figurale kleipijpen § 5 figural clay pipes
stub stemmed pipe bowls with a sculptural decoration
pijpen van porselein § 6 figural porcelains
tobacco pipes with a figural decoration in porcelain
beschilderde porseleinen stummels § 7 stummels
oval porcelain pipe bowls with painted decorations or transfers
gesneden meerschuim pijpen § 8 meerschaum I
various kinds of tobacco pipes carved from meerschaum
meerschuim sigarenhouders § 9 meerschaum II
cheroot holders in meerschaum with different designs
vroeg-negentiende eeuwse houten pijpen § 10 wooden pipes
early wood pipes carved or not but lined with metal
gesneden bruyère pijpen § 11 carved wooden pipes
sculptural merits in briar wood
moderne bruyère pijpen § 12 modern briars
the briar pipe in classical or contemporary design
pijpen van onverwachte materialen § 13 pipes of various materials
unusual pipes made from unexpected materials
etnografische pijpen § 14 African pipes
various types of pipes from the continent Africa
Kameroen pijpen § 15 Cameroon
figural and geometrical patterns in pipes from the Grasslands
pijpen uit Azië § 16 smoking pipes in Asia
a rich variety of exotic smoking pipes
opiumpijpen en opiumparafernalia § 17 the opium habit
the Chinese opium pipe and their paraphernalia
waterpijpen § 18 water pipes
the unexpected and divers water pipe
techniek van het pijpenmaken § 19 the making of pipes
instruments for making clay tobacco pipes
deksels van pijpen § 20 covers for pipes
a variety of lids and covers for tobacco pipes
click for objects from the Amsterdam Pipe Museum
pipes of various materials carved briar pipes
Dutch decorated pipes
the making of clay pipes painted porcelain pipes
meerschaum cheroot holders
covers for pipes early wooden pipes
pipemaker's marks
etnographic pipes porcelain pipes
figural clay pipes
stemmed clay pipes modern briar pipes
pr-columbian and American-Indian pipes
This is the old website of the Amsterdam Pipe Museum.
Visit our new website www.pipemuseum.nl
including the on-line collection .

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