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Plains Indian Museum

Descriptions
broken T shape glued 5 feathers 641 purple 167 catlinite 148 Red 1061 green 634 painted 276 stem 32 yellow 526 porcupine 379 wood 4438 quills 403 peacock 5
Names
pipe bowl and stem 57
Subjects
geometric 807 turtle 17 elk head 4
Dimensions:
bowl length: 5.75 in, bowl height: 4.5 in, bowl width: 1.25 in
Inscription:
750.00 price tag glued on
Remarks:
Ritual and Recreation: Smoking and Narcotics. (A) Stem - carved wooden stem with turtle and elk head near end. Plaited and wrapped porcupine quilled nead mouthpiece, geometric designs in red, green, purple and yellow. Faded on top. Mouthpiece painted red with peacock feathers glued on.
Accession Number:
NA.504.189

Not currently on display


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