Wooden tobacco pipe, bowl carved in the form of a seated woman, head forms the stopper(?) (possibly not original), stem joins the bowl where woman's stern would be at acute angle, Zulu tribe, South Africa, 1890-1925
- Ethnography and Folk Medicine
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- tobacco pipes ethnography (african), smoking (pipes) and ethnography (african), smoking (pipes) and tobacco pipes
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