Brigham Voyageur Pipes
Brigham Voyageur pipes are rooted deep in the history of the French fur trade prior to the 1700’s. These pipes are as rugged as the men who embarked on these journeys and travelled wherever game could be found. Featuring a rusticated bowl and partially rusticated shank they’re easy to hold and built to withstand even the most demanding of pipe smokers.
Brigham Algonquin Pipes
Canadian explorers have a soft spot for the tribes of Algonquins. They were the keepers of the peace for early settlers and explorers when it came to the intervention of foreign invaders. You can’t put a price on the impact the Algonquins had on early trapping and tobacco trade. We can, however, put a price on the Brigham Algonquin pipes so pick yours up today and take your own journey.
Brigham Mountaineer Pipes
Today you can drive your car across Canada and enjoy, in relative luxury, the glorious sights abound in some of the world’s most beautiful country. That wasn’t always the case as that journey would have lasted, in some case months, and been fraught with peril going back a few hundred years. With a salute to those explorers we bring you the Brigham Mountaineer pipes and offer our respect with every bowl full.
Brigham Chinook Pipes
Brigham set out to create a stunningly sandblasted pipe with the intention of making it top quality with an affordable price tag. Much like the Chinook winds slowly melting the mountain snow this series has continued to melt away the high prices you’ll likely find in sandblasted pieces of this quality. The Brigham Chinook pipe is truly an every-man’s sandblast.
Brigham Heritage Pipes
If there’s one feature of Brigham Pipes that makes them easily and outwardly identifiable it’s the classic crimson satin with a polish somewhere between gloss and satin. The grain accepts this stain and transforms the denser areas into an almost brown color. True to the Brigham heritage these pipes remain, as always, stunningly handsome and oh so affordable.
Brigham Klondike Pipes
The Brigham Klondike truly reflects the attitude of the thousands of gold seekers who packed up everything they could possibly carry and headed west with thoughts of wealth during the gold rush. Pack one of these pipes with your favorite blend and try to imagine the excitement along with the offsetting anxiety of making a journey that was a make or break proposition. Could you?
Brigham Acadian Pipes
Louisiana and Nova Scotia have a common bond and share many commonalities that transcend the distance between the two locations. You see, both these French speaking cultures have roots in the Acadian culture and as such Brigham has brought to us the Acadian line of pipes. Brandishing a natural stain and nearly flawless finish these pipes appeal to the masses including many collectors.
Brigham Giante Pipes
Not meant for everyone these Brigham Giante pipes are produced for the discerning customer that has requested a pipe with a larger bowl than the “standard”. They are larger, much larger, and because of this they take on a unique set of characteristics that make them desirable. If you’re looking to add a pipe or two to your rotation that will allow you fire up a single bowl for an extended period of time this could be the pipe you’ve been searching for.
Brigham Presidential Series Pipes
Brigham Presidential Handmade pipes are what we like to call Canadanish. Steeped in the Danish pipe making form these pipes typically provide flowing lines and a craggy plateau bowl top. A delight to hold and nicely weighted for a larger piece they are built not only for looks but also sustained enjoyment.
Brigham Sportsman Pipes
Regular Brigham (filtered) pipes were taken from production prior to the final sanding, staining and finishing processes to create what we called “Semi-finished” or “Sportsman” pipes. They were originally created for the Ontario Sportsman show in Toronto. Times have changed, and the show is no longer a viable marketing tool for a pipe company, but the "Sportsman" designation remains.