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Old Dominion- Shenandoah Corn Cob

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The "Shenandoah" corn cob pipe is named in honor of Virginia's majestic "Big Valley" nestled between the Blue Ridge and Allegheny mountains.  A region steeped both in history and heritage.  Thus, it is only fitting to honor the region with a simple but elegant corn cob pipe reminiscent of s style that was first developed around the 1890s and continued in popularity through the 1940s.  The Shenandoah features an ample 11/16" diameter smoking chamber and a plaster and lacquer coated cob exterior. A technique first developed in the late 19th century, plaster and lacquer coated cob bowls remain popular among avid cob pipe smokers to this day.  Like its bigger brothers, the Shenandoah also features a hardwood base plug for added durability.  Smoking a Shenandoah corn cob pipe allows one to enjoy the simpler pleasures of life while savoring your favorite tobacco blend.

Approx. Sixe:
Length- 5.25"
Height- 1.75"
Bowl- 5/8" wide; 1.25" deep

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