Miwak Junior Ceramic Pipes
Amazing handmade ceramic pipes that work just as smooth as they look.
Sierra Papa Charlie: A stoneware clay body with a celadon glaze in the bowl.
Sierra Bravo: A stoneware body with a laguna blue glaze.
Sajama: A marbled ceramic pipe made by using a combination of stoneware and porcelain clays. The resulting patterns from this mix are wholly unique and one-of-a-kind, like snowflakes or fingerprints.
Pitufina, (or Smurfette): A tribute to that one fierce female in an all-male world. With a body of blue stoneware and a clear glaze in the bowl.
Licancabur: A body of dark brown stoneware and a metallic black glaze in the bowl.
A hollow interior provides a large chamber for smoke, and the exterior is hand-finished for a smooth feel in the palm. The bowl of the pipe is hand-glazed for a non-porous, easy-to-clean surface.
Our pipes are fired in reduction, in a gas kiln at an extremely high fire temperature. The heat renders our pipes especially sturdy, and the reduction process creates an ever-changing array of finishes which make each piece truly one-of-a-kind.
Variations in color, shade, surface texture and size are natural characteristics of all our products and should be expected. Images shown are representative, but may not indicate all variations in these characteristics.
Measures approximately 2.5” by 4”. Responsibly made in California.
***These ceramic pipes are intended for tobacco only. Pipes may require special handling and age-verification.***