Three coins, two buttons, one shell and a metal rod from tobacco pipe

Made:
1851-1900 in India
maker:
Unknown

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Three coins, two of which are copper, one silver; two buttons, one hexangonal shaped, one round; one white shell and one metal rod, from cane tobacco pipe, encrusted with coins, regimental buttons, badges, shells, plaques, crests, wooden bowl projecting from side, Indian (?), 1851-1900

Details

Category:
Asian Medicine
Object Number:
A100133/2
Materials:
complete, glass, metal, shell, wood
type:
tobacco pipe
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • pipe - smoking equipment

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