Tobacco pipe, bamboo section closed by septum one

Made:
1880-1930 in Louisiade Archipelago

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Tobacco pipe, bamboo section closed by septum one end, open at other, small aperture near closed end for bowl attachment, incised cherron band near each end, South Massin, maker, New Guinea, 1880-1930

Details

Category:
Ethnography and Folk Medicine
Object Number:
A99489
type:
tobacco pipes, tobacco pipes, ethnography (papua new guinea), smokiana (pipes)
credit:
Armstrong, W E

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