There are no marks on the pipe, but I would think that the level of craftsmanship would be European and there is coat of arms stamped in gold on the inside of the case- twin griffins on both sides of a shield marked with initials. (Hard to read)
That's a very fine piece. Is there any faint lettering inside the case? And, European almost for sure. I am not aware of carvers outside of Europe, for the sake of clarity, I'll include Turkey and Greece as European.
I suspect it is European, though the ladies in fancy hats ("Gibson Girl" or "School Ma'am") were popular American carvings, too. Looks like the stem is intact-- you could send it to Walker's and have an acrylic stem made for everyday use. The coloring is one of those pre-color jobs, using vegetable dyes such as oxblood or dragon's blood.
Amazingly, no damage, especially to those delicate ribbons. Where you see the soot is the pipe chamber and if you look at the first picture, you’ll see the tip of a pen that’ll give you an idea of the size of the chamber....