Amsterdam Pipe Museum

Amsterdam Pipe Museum
SOLD - Advertising printing block
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
SOLD - Advertising printing block
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
SOLD - Tobacco jar
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Tobacco jar
€100,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Luxury box1930-1960
€125,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Pipe rack, 1960-1970
€95,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Pipestand, ceramic, 1930-1960
€95,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Pyrogène or matchbox,1900-1910
€115,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Glass ashtray,1960-1970
€95,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
SOLD - Delft tobacco jar
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Cast iron stove, Fer de Berlin, 1840-1860
€345,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Pipe stand for six pipes, Art-Deco, 1920-1930
€110,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Brass stirrup pipe stand,1960-1975
€115,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Cigar jar with ashtray,1960-1975
€275,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Cigar humidor brown leather,1960-1975
€110,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Pipe stand made of teak,1930-1960
€85,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Wooden pipe moulds, 1890-1910
€140,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Pipe stand, 1930-9150
€30,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Bong reservoir
€175,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
Oak coat rack,c. 1900
€90,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
English clay pipes,1620-1700
€100,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum
English clay pipes1630-1720
€90,00
Amsterdam Pipe Museum

The collection of the Amsterdam Pipe Museum, known until 2013 as Pijpenkabinet (‘Pipe Cabinet’), is approximately forty years old. For a museum this may not be very old, but it is old enough to have a rich history. Three clear phases can be distinguished to mark the growth of the museum’s activities. Presenting the collection through these three phases highlights the museum’s history in all its facets and places it within a clear time frame.

The museum is located in an authentic canal house in the center of Amsterdam. The collection fits into this historic ambience with its furniture from the Golden Age. A visit is therefore a double experience: an amazing collection like a true collector's cabinet in an open canal house.