Handmade chillum, or chilam, is a straight conical smoking pipe. Hand crafted from bamboo with decorative copper pieces. Smoking chilam started to be very popular in India in the eighteenth century. Often use a small stone as a stopper in the stem.
When smoking a chilam, a chilam stone is often inserted in the pipe to keep from directly inhaling debris much like a screen or filter is used in other pipes. They are generally tight-fitting, conical with a flat top and usually have a small hole drilled down through the centre and slits down the sides to allow smoke to pass freely.
Dimensions: 2.25″ x 2.25″ x 8.5″