Dave Jewell Talks About The White Clay Pipe He Discovered Video

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2 Responses to Dave Jewell Talks About The White Clay Pipe He Discovered Video

  1. Nate says:

    It is common to find the broken pipe stems on the beach and other places. I have a few that I found along Pavillion Beach over the years and I found a stem in a creek bed off of Woodbury Street in Lanesville. The stems were actually quite long, 10-12 inches or more and they would taper. Dave has a good find there. From my brief search, these pipes were common from the mid 1700s up through the late 1800s. They were popular in Europe.

    An interesting site for additional info: http://www.carf.info/education/projects/robert/

    Nate

  2. tony israel says:

    i have the same pipe in grand manand nb found digging clams.

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