▲ (Left side) Kaywoodie (Right side) F
The color of the stem and/or the finish of the bowl could change: see detailed view for three variants.
The issue with this model was the rhinestones which often came off the bowl.
See also: White Briar
▲ (On stem left side) Kaywoodie
The stitchings are rather atypical when compared to leather clad pipes from other brands.
▲ Liberty Bell, Commemorative, by Kaywoodie
This pipe was made in 1976 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the independence of the United States.
See also the pipe commemorating the 200th anniversary of the French revolution.
▲ Kaywoodie, Magnum, Imported Briar
▲ (Left side) Kaywoodie, Magnum, Imported Briar
Period: 1974 - 1989
The Magnum line had always a half smooth, half rusticated finish.
▲ (Left side) Matched Grain, Kaywoodie
(Right side) 13 and 07
Period: 1938 (about) - 1969 (at least).
Observe the two different positions of the clover logo on the stems.
Pipes in this box
- Shape number 07: a large Billiard
- Shape number 13: a large Dublin
▲ No markings on the shank.
Period: 1958 - 1968
Twin bowl model. Meerschaum pipe with two screew-in and interchangeable bowls made of meerschaum too.
▲ (Left side)
Kaywoodie, Meerschaum, Imported Briar
(Right side) 13 B
▲ (Left side) Kaywoodie, Original, Imported Briar (Right side) 4000
▲ (Left side) Hand Made, Kaywoodie
(Right side) Imported Briar
▲ Among the seven Oversize finishes shown in the 1947 catalog, two were banded: the "Goliath" (Virgin finish) and the "Hercules" (Walnut finish). This pipe seems to be a "Hercules".
▲ (Left side) Hand Made, Kaywoodie (Right side) Imported Briar
▲ Among the Oversize models only one is meerschaum lined (see this pipe detailed views): It is called the "Samson".
All the Oversize models are stamped "Hand Made".
▲ REDROOT, Imported Briar
The Red Root is not a part of the original Kaywoodie line. It is a style of pipe introduced in 1976
by S.M. Frank
after that company purchased Kaywoodie.
▲ (Left side)
The Regent model was systematicaly fitted with a Cumberland stem.
▲ Kaywoodie, Ruf-Tone, Imported Briar
▲ (Left underside) Kaywoodie Rustica
▲ (Underside) Kaywoodie, Setter, Imported Briar
Period: 1955 -1968
The model has a flat bottom (hence "Setter") and is available in panel (this pipe), billiard and poker shapes. It comes without system (stinger) and with a push stem.
▲ (Underside) 5605 Shellcraft Kaywoodie
Stampings of a Shellcraft pipe crafted in the early 1930s with a Synchro-stem system. The pipe is sandblasted while the early Shellcraft was rusticated. The "drinkless logo" on the stem has been replaced by a clover and a 4 digit shape number has been attributed indicating thus the entry of the Shellcraft into Kaywoodie's lines.
▲ (Underside) Kaywoodie, Silhouette, 04
Pipes of the Silhouette line allways came in a sandblasted finish and with a metal band.
(Left side) Stembiter Kaywoodie
(Right side) 69
The bit incorporated a 3-way smoke passage with two of the passages terminating in the lip-end
of the bit and the third in the notch on the top of the bit (see enlarged picture #3).
The model has been released in the early 1950's
See also the "All Briar
" model with the same notch.
(Left side) Super Grain (Over...) Kaywoodie
(Right side) Imported Briar, 5131C
▲ This pipe is stamped with a four digit number which situates its production year between 1931 and 1938. Because of the introduction of the "Imported Briar" stamping in 1935, the pipe could have been manufactured between 1935 and 1938.
▲ Kaywoodie (Over...) Super Grain, Imported Briar
Compare the stampings of these two pipes: Early Super Grains were stamped Super Grain over top of Kaywoodie.
▲ (Left side) Kaywoodie White Briar
shape above with a White Briar
finish was already intruduced in 1953 since it appeared on a calendar of that year
The bowls of the White Briar line come with hard white finish. Note a different screw thread as for the usual Synchro Stem patent. (Compare enlarged view with the following document)
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