Gondor Pipe

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Now: $25.00
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This is an all natural pipe using no stains or glues. All pipes are finished with a light coat of carnuaba wax, a completely natural and human safe plant based wax.

All orders are gift wrapped for free!

Pipe details:

• Bowl - Oregon Myrtlewood shown in picture
• Stem - Maple 
• Depth of bowl - 1 inch
• Stem Length - 6 inches is shown in picture (adding a longer stem than 8 inches may keep it from standing)
• Inside bowl diameter - 3/4 inch

This is a general listing for these pipes. The style and size of the pipe will be exactly the same, but every piece of wood is a little different. The grain and markings on the bowl will vary slightly. 


**International orders take up to 3-6 WEEKS to arrive. Please plan ahead if this is going to be for a gift.
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We go to great lengths to provide a detailed description of our items, and are happy to answer any questions. With this in mind, we do not issue refunds under most circumstances. If a purchased item is for any reason damaged during transit, or defective in some way please let us know. We are more than happy to replace anything that may have gone wrong so long a a picture of the problem is sent to us. Any problems with a product must be reported to us within 30 days of the purchase to be eligible for replacement.

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  • 5
    Amazing pipe

    Posted by Jason Hancock on 2nd Dec 2021

    I can’t praise this enough. The quality of craftsmanship and wood is phenomenal. Everything about it was meticulous. Then I smoked it. It was the best smoke I’ve had. No tongue bite at all (12in curved stem), and the cool smoke allowed me to draw correctly and taste the tobacco instead of ash. Absolutely love it. Way worth the great price!

  • 5
    Gondor Pipe

    Posted by Russ on 4th Oct 2021

    This is an awesome pipe. The bowl barely gets warm and is a joy to smoke. Also I much prefer the wood stems on these pipes over ebonite or acrylic.

  • 5
    Gondor pipe

    Posted by Kelly Conner on 31st Mar 2020

    Just received my third pipe from Flogglewerks. Wood grain is beautiful and stem to bowl fit is neat and precise. Quality and unique products. Thanks Flogglewerks, and my wish list is not empty!

  • 5
    gondor pipe

    Posted by thomas a klender on 28th Dec 2019

    this is my second pipe. 1st was tree bark. these pipes are great. smoke well, look good and are made in the u.s.a.!

  • 5
    Outstanding!

    Posted by CR223 on 3rd Feb 2019

    This was a ' love at first sight' purchase and I have not been let down. Cool to smoke, easy to hold and just set down anywhere. Now I am going to order a Lazy Hobbit without the design so I have an alternate when my Gondor rests.

  • 5
    Concerned.

    Posted by Shawn Brady on 1st Feb 2019

    Sooo, ive had this pipe for a week now and it is wonderfully made. But ive hit a snag, this is my first Myrtle pipe and ive been having a hard time breathing since smoking this. Throat tightening, not feeling like i'm getting enough air even hours after i put the pipe down. https://www.wood-database.com/myrtle/ According to this, the wood isn't safe to smoke out of. Please remove all Myrtle wood pipes from your market. Im concerned for my own and others health.

  • 5
    Pipe of Gondor

    Posted by Tim on 10th Jan 2019

    I’ve been smoking this pipe for a year, use only plain tobacco, it’s shape holds well in my hands while I smoke, I replaced the 6” stem with an 8” stem, clean it regularly. It has given me many hours on the porch contemplating the world as my thoughts drift with the smoke into the Universe...

  • 5
    Very clean

    Posted by Margarito on 10th Apr 2018

    Couldn’t be happier

  • 4
    GONDOR PIPE

    Posted by Munoz, Robert on 7th Apr 2017

    I put a small recoverable screen at the bottom to keep hot embers under control

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