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Sussex clay tobacco pipes and the pipemakers

D. R. Atkinson

Sussex clay tobacco pipes and the pipemakers

by D. R. Atkinson

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Published by Crain Services in (Eastbourne, Eng .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clay tobacco-pipes -- History -- England -- Sussex.,
  • Tobacco-pipe makers -- History -- England -- Sussex.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 8.

    Statementby D.R. Atkinson.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination60 p. :
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20384468M

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Sussex clay tobacco pipes and the pipemakers by D. R. Atkinson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Evolution of clay tobacco pipes in England Clay tobacco pipes were made in England shortly after the introduction of tobacco from North America, in about The earliest written description of smoking was in and probably described a pipe derived from native North American Size: KB.

Atkinson D. & Oswald A.,'London Clay Tobacco Pipes', Journal of the British Archaeological Association, Third Series, XXXII, Higgins D A,‘Clay Tobacco Pipes from Clarence Tower’ in P Pattison, Fort Clarence, Rochester, Kent: Napoleonic Gun Tower and Defensive Line, English Heritage (Archaeological Investigation Series.

Clay Tobacco Pipes Although clay tobacco pipes are still made today their place in history is the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

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Reconstruction of Clay Tobacco Pipes (Higgins ) Armorials: Pipes Decorated with Heraldic Motifs. Jackson, R., Beckey, I., and Baker, M., 'Two Groups of Nineteenth Century Pipe Waste from Bristol' in R.

and P. Jackson. Although clay tobacco pipes are still made today their place in history is the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Until about the clay pipe was as commonplace as the tankard of ale and the mug of tea, but competition from the briar pipe, the cigar and the cigarette brought the clay-pipe industry to an end about Description: 0DNHUV OLVW H[WUDFWHG IURP Atkinson, D.

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Scanned: PDF 21 December Any images in this PDF must not be lent, copied to another party, sold or reproduced in any way without. The clay tobacco pipe Privately published Oswald, A 'English clay tobacco pipes' Archaeological Newsletter, vol 3, no 10, pp Oswald, Arepr 'The archaeological and economic history of English clay tobacco pipes' J Brit Archaeol Assoc, pp ; reprinted free domestic shipping with any pimo book!!.

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Re: Tobacco pipe maker «Reply #1 on: Tuesday 26 January 10 GMT (UK)» There is a Shire Albums book on clay tobacco pipes which gives a good general background, and the sites below also give varying amounts of genral information. Comments: his occupation pipe clay worker.

Turner* Old Pye Street, St J. – (PR) Comments: assumed tobacco pipe maker. Turner, Benjamin* St Anne's Lane, St J. –57 (PR) (PB) (lease) 26 May his funeral (St J BUR) Turner, George* St Margaret, Westminster.

04 September daughter Ann apprenticed to Ann Ridout (SOG). Many clay pipes have a maker’s mark on them and these can not only provide an accurate date for the manufacture of the pipe but also an origin for it. Before the establishment of the railways in the mid-nineteenth century most pipes were produced in small family run workshops and generally only traded around miles from their place of.

Although clay tobacco pipes are still made today their place in history is the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Until about the clay pipe was as common-place as the tankard of ale and the mug of tea, but competition from the briar pipe, the cigar and the cigarette brought the clay-pipe industry to an end about Reviews: A tobacco pipe, often called simply a pipe, is a device specifically made to smoke comprises a chamber (the bowl) for the tobacco from which a thin hollow stem (shank) emerges, ending in a can range from very simple machine-made briar models to highly prized hand-made artisanal implements made by renowned pipemakers, which are often very expensive collector's items.

The Tools for making clay smoking pipes The Gin Press: a tool for making clay smoking pipes. Gin pressing is one of several methods Tinderbox uses to make pipes. Visit the pipe page to see the full range of pipes for sale. The gin press method of clay tobacco pipe making is historically correct.

A Brief History of Marked European Clay Tobacco Pipes. Tobacco pipe makers’ marks appear in a variety of locations on the bowl including on the back, front, and sides, on the base, and on the sides of the spur or heel. Marks also appear on pipe stems. Marks were produced by molds that left incuse (negative) or relief (raised) impressions.

Clay Tobacco-pipes, with Particular Reference to the Bristol Industry, Parts Clay Tobacco-pipes, with Particular Reference to the Bristol Industry, Iain C. Walker Volume 11 of History and archaeology: Author: Iain C.

Walker: Publisher: Parks Canada: available from Print. and Publ., Supply and Services Canada, Original from: the. About Clay Tobacco Pipes. This album traces the history of the clay pipe, looking at its myriad designs and helps to identify examples.'.

About Kapp & Peterson How The Story Begins. Injust one year after receiving a prize medal for his efforts at the London International Exhibition, German émigré Frederick Kapp moved his pipe retail operation from London to Dublin, Ireland, where he opened a new tobacco and pipe shop, making and selling pipes crafted from meerschaum as well as briar root, a relatively new material.

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Click Download or Read Online button to The Archaeology Of The Clay Tobacco Pipe Chesapeake Bay book pdf for free now. To regulate the manufacture of clay tobacco pipes, the Worshipful Company of Tobacco Pipe Makers and Tobacco Blenders was granted a charter by King James I in Because of the rising popularity of smoking, there were over 1, clay pipe makers in London by the end of the 17th century.Hammond, P, Tobacco pipe makers extracted from the Inland Revenue Apprenticeship Books:in Society for Clay Pipe Research Newsletter 65 Hammond, P, Tobacco pipe makers within the records of the General Lying-In Hospital, York Road, Lambeth,in Society for Clay Pipe Research Newsletter   This book provides a full exploration not only of one particular family business but also of the clay pipemaking industry in general.

The study is based on a wealth of primary evidence including an invaluable paper archive, containing letters, advertising material, employee records and the most detailed description of the pipemaking process, as.