From an AD in 1934: "FEMININE smokers of London, England, are adopting a dainty little pipe now on the market. Cigarette tobacco is crumpled in the tiny bowl and lit in the approved masculine fashion. A long slender stem gives a cool smoke without staining the fingers. The pipes are scarcely heavier than the average cigarette holder."
A threaded briar bowl on a hard rubber pipe with the one word " DAISY ", and triangle with WDC (Wm Demuth & Co. of NY was one of the largest tobacco companies of the era) carved into it.