Nestled in the rolling hills of the Shire, Hobbiton has been home to several of the most important Hobbits of the Third Age. There, Bilbo lived peacefully in Bag End – his family home – until he was summoned to adventure northward with a band of Dwarves.
It was from Hobbiton that Frodo Baggins bravely departed in the company of his friends to defeat the greatest threat that Middle-earth had ever known. And it was to this sacred home of Hobbits that Samwise Gamgee returned, with magic soil granted to him by the Elves to reseed the land and grow new life on what was once destroyed. Ordinary, yet exemplary, those who reside in Hobbiton value the true pleasures in life: fostering nature, cavorting with friends, and relaxing with a nice pipe at the end of a long day.
This bent apple pipe is made from real cherry wood with a polished finish. A pipe enthusiast’s classic, the apple style offers a large bowl and has an aesthetically pleasing round shape that is comfortable to hold. The acrylic stem is easy to clean, won’t oxidize, and is durable enough for the most adventurous of Hobbits.
Features an engraving of the iconic round door characteristic of Bag End and the other cozy under-hill dwellings of Hobbiton.