Kilt & Wood
Handcrafted Celtic wood products, game calls, tobacco pipes and much more!
Everything at Kilt & Wood is handcrafted from start to finish; from the artisan tobacco pipes to the kitchen spoons. I am constantly adding new items to my inventory and trying to out new designs. Most of my products can be made to order and are extremely customizable, from the wood, the style and even minor engraving.
Artisan Tobacco Pipes
All tobacco pipes are hand cut using premium briar and solid ebonite or acrylic rod stock. I use a "freehand" drilling process for the draught hole and chamber, as well as hand funneling the slot in the the button. These pipes are 100% handcrafted and are made to last generations.
Wooden Bowls & Kitchen Utensils
From a hand turned wooden bowl to a hand shaved wooden spoon, here at Kilt & Wood we can accommodate any of your kitchen utensil or decoration needs. One of my best selling kitchen tools is a Scottish spurtle which dates back to 1500 Scotland.
All game calls are hand-turned and fitted out of locally sourced Texas woods, such as bois d'arc, black walnut, red oak, and pecan. However, I do like to use some uniques woods like 180 year old pre-civil war amish barn wood reclaimed from Northern Pennsylvania. Current game calls include; squirrel, duck, wood duck, buck, doe, predator and turkey.
I am happy to try and create any Celtic item you would like, but these are already ready to go. Some of my Celtic themed items include; wood wrapped flasks, wall mounted bottle openers, kilt pins, Delgans, Scottish Spurtles, and hand carved boxes. Many of my products are handmade with wood I have sourced from Scotland and Ireland.
About Kilt & Wood
Kilt & Wood was original started in 2017 and operated under the name PBattles Pipes. As a tobacco pipe craftsman my love for wood and creating beautiful pieces grew to include hand turned bowls, spoons, game calls, Scottish spurtles, delgans, and many other wooden products. The ability to take different species of wood and transform them into functional pieces of art is something I truly enjoy and will continue to pursue.