Tobacco pipe

Made:
1890-1910 in Great Plains and United States
maker:
Sioux people

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Tobacco pipe, incomplete, mouthpiece end of stem broken and missing, red catlinite stone, late trade or tourist imitation of the trade tomahawk pipes exported by English and French to America particularly by English and French to America, particularly between 1770-1840, in two parts, possibly Sioux, Plains Indian, North American, 1890-1910

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Category:
Smoking
Object Number:
A680217
Materials:
catlinite, incomplete and wood
type:
tobacco pipe
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • pipe - smoking equipment

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