Silver Gray Pipes

are a unique artisan brand. Silver Gray, the carver, and namesake for this line is one of the few female pipe carvers in the USA and world-wide.

What is this? Well fellow brothers and sisters of the briar…

This is the X-Pipe!!!

This is a pipe I created by request of Mark Irwin.  He has a book in the works about a special pipe.  To find out more about this pipe – and it origins and journey’s – look for the book at the Vegas International Pipe Show coming in October!  There are also more pictures of this pipe and it’s blasted sister on my gallery page!

The X-Pipe:  A Mystagogia for Pipe Smokers is a rich blend of pipe lore, contemplative practice and academic parody, double-pressed in the story of two pipemen in their long quest to unravel the truth about a miraculous pipe found in the Vatican Secret Archives.

What?!  Inventory?!  HA!  I have any pipes available!  As you can see, I have a few pipes available.  If there are any further questions on these, please feel free to email me at silvergraypipes@gmail.com.  I am also currently working on finishing up some new pipes and will have some special ones available!  Additionally, I am working on some new NAP stems for 8 Peterson Pipes – various styles and several commissions.  

I was honored by the judges of the Las Vegas (West Coast) Pipe Show in 2018 and was awarded……..

BEST PIPE OF SHOW!  The only female pipe carver to attain this honor!

Thanks so much for your support!  Stay smokey, Silver

About Silver

Silver Gray is a talented artisanal pipe maker who works alongside Brad Pohlmann out of their shop in Applegate, Oregon. Although they share much of the same equipment, Silver maintains a unique pipe aesthetic and style, drawing heavily from the Danish and American schools while adding her own flourishes along the way.

As much as interesting style and experimenting with shaping do play into Silver’s work, she still remains a pipe-as-smoking-instrument-first sort of artisan, counting the feel in hand and sound drilling and engineering as the most important aspects of her creations; it’s not a great pipe if it is not a great smoking pipe, at the end of the day.