Bennie Joe All Briar Anse Nosewarmer Handmade Briar Pipe, New


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Bennie Joe Pipes are made by Bennie Joe, an Indonesian artisan based in Jakarta. A trained architect and part-time pipe-maker for much of his life, he took on the latter full-time after a downturn in the property market during the dark days of 2020 and after. An interesting aspect of Bennie Joe pipes is that they are made primarily with hand tools, rather than many of the woodworking machines pipe-makers employ. While the chambers and draft holes are drilled, the body of the pipe is formed using hand tools, creating genuinely freehand shapes reminiscent of those made in mid-century Denmark. It should come as no surprise that one of Bennie Joe’s heroes is the late, great, Bo Nordh.

The inspiration behind this Bennie Joe pipe is a little different. Rather than Danish freehands or other designs commonly reinterpreted by artisans, this pipe is modeled after a much older style of pipe – the ‘all-briar.’ All-briar pipes can be found made by brands like Kaywoodie in the 20th century, but their origins are older, with the earliest examples being single-piece briar pipes from the late-19th century, modeled after clay pipes from the time. This all-briar from artisan Bennie Joe is a two-piece version, with its briar bowl and stem joined by a delrin tenon. Carved by hand, its shape is that of the Devil Anse, with a capacious, canted bowl and a short shank and stem.

This pipe also comes with a matching tamper, also hand made by Bennie Joe.



Length: 4.5″ / 114.3mm

Bowl Width: 0.72 / 43.6mm

Bowl Depth: 1.71″ / 43.4mm

Weight: 1.4oz / 40g

Additional information

Weight 15 oz
Condition New


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