1935-38 Kaywoodie Super Grain 5132G Prince Estate Briar Pipe, 4 Hole Stinger [SOLD OUT]

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Kaywoodie pipes are as American as apple pie. Starting in 1919 as a pipe brand for KB&B, a pipe shop dating all the way back to 1851, Kaywoodie has since then been a staple of American-made pipes. In the present, many Kaywoodies are collectors’ items, in addition to being fantastic smokers.

Judging from the nomenclature (in particular the 4-digit shape code), the cloverleaf stem stamp, and the four-hole stinger, this Kaywoodie appears to have been made some time between 1935 and 1938, making it nearly a century old. It’s a classic Kaywoodie shape, being a twist on the traditional prince through a squat, Rhodesian-style bowl. As a Super Grain, it is also a very nicely grained pipe, as the name suggests, with flame grain dancing around the bowl, and plenty of bird’s-eye on the rim.

For a nearly 100 year old pipe, the condition is quite remarkable. There are a couple of very light tooth marks on the vulcanite stem, and some inner rim darkening, but it remains in god condition, with probably at least another century of life left in it.



Length: 6.2″ / 157.4mm

Bowl Width: 0.74 / 18.79mm

Bowl Depth: 1.08″ / 27.43mm

Weight: 1.2oz / 36g

Additional information

Weight 15 oz
Condition Used