Tobacco pipe in pouch with ojime and netsuke

Made:
1800-1910 in Japan
maker:
Unknown

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Thick stemmed tobacco pipe, in tobacco pouch, with a metal pick and scraper in one piece, attached by thick red cord to ojime, netsuke, Japanese, 1800-1910

Details

Category:
Asian Medicine
Object Number:
A1724
Materials:
brass, complete, copper, leather, pahtong and steel
Measurements:
netsuke: 17 mm, 84 mm,
ojime: 48 mm 38 mm,
pick/scraper: 190 mm
pipe: 199 mm x 18 mm
pouch: 212 mm x 165 mm
type:
tobacco pipe
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • pipe - smoking equipment