Three erotic meerschaum pipes, late 19th century, Austrian, each modelled with a nude woman, one cased, largest 13cm long (3) Provenance: The Trevor ... read more
A pipe and two erotic meerschaum cheroot holders, late 19th century, Austrian, the first modelled as a man performing oral stimulation with a female, ... read more
An erotic meerschaum combined cheroot holder and pipe, late 19th century, Austrian, modelled as a young woman holding a bunch of flowers over her ... read more
An erotic meerschaum combination cheroot holder and pipe, late 19th century, Austrian, the pipe modelled as a lady revealing her breast, her arm ... read more
A fine Austrian carved wood end pipe , modelled as a turbaned queen, with opal eyes, topaz earrings and agate-mounted details, the silver-plated ... read more
Five German porcelain pipes, each with military themes, one dated 1886-89 and painted with a soldier seated on a shell, fired from a canon, with an ... read more
Eight German porcelain pipes, each painted or printed with hunting subjects, one with an intricately carved horn shaft modelled as a snake, a hand ... read more
Twenty German porcelain pipe bowls, variously decorated, two Soviet era pipes, one painted with Baku oil fields and a hammer and sickle, and three ... read more
Fifteen German porcelain pipes, variously painted with armorials, figures and some moulded (15) Provenance: The Trevor Barton Collection.
A collection of German porcelain pipe bowls, variously printed and painted (qty.) Provenance: The Trevor Barton Collection.
Two Dutch tobacco boxes , 18th century, one oblong, the other oval, engraved with panels of figures and inscriptions, 17 and 13cm long (2) Provenance: ... read more
Two Dutch clay pipe cases , one mounted with brass details, figures and motifs, with an inscription and dated '1794', worn, and a hinged end with ... read more
A collection of Scandinavian antler pipes and objects, 19th century, a three-section pipe decorated with deer and scrollwork, 36cm long, a small ... read more
A rare mammoth ivory pipe, Samoyed, East Siberia, the flared bowl with an octagonal shaft, with a detachable mouthpiece and a leather suspension ... read more
A meerschaum pipe bowl, c.1890, Norwegian, carved with scenes of shooting rabbits and ducks, stamped 'G. Larsen', 11cm wide, two further pipe bowls, ... read more
A Greenland polished stone pipe, 19th century, with a woven string shaft and a beadwork attachment, 18.5cm long, a carved wood pipe, the bowl carved ... read more
Two Circassian wood and inlaid pipes, 19th century, Kyrgyz, both with mother-of-pearl, brass and bone inlaid panels, the shafts with flattened ends ... read more
Three Kyrgyz inlaid wood pipes, 19th century, Circassia, each inlaid with silver or brass wire and silver mounts to the bowls, 19cm, 29cm and 54.5cm ... read more
Five Kyrgyz inlaid wood pipes, 19th century, Circassia, each with silver or copper mounts, one with a mother-of-pearl mounted shaft, largest 26.5cm ... read more
Two Naga pipes , North West India, the bowls carved with human heads, the carved stems representing bodies with decapitated heads, one with a bamboo ... read more
Twenty-two Indian metal and wood-mounted pipes, of various forms, largest 35cm long (22) Provenance: The Trevor Barton Collection.
Two gilt and silvered metal chibouk pipes, each with flat bottomed bowls, decorated with scrolls continuing along the sectional shafts, with amber ... read more
A fine Persian white metal and turned wood water pipe , the pierced domed cover with floral panels and scrollwork with chain attachments, the base ... read more