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Plains Indian Museum

Descriptions
stem 32 dyed 102 yellow 526 orange 203 quills 403 Red 1061 hair 424 painted 276 carved 177 horse 292 porcupine 379 purple 167 black 554 green 634 wood 4438 White 769
Names
pipe stem 77
Subjects
turtle 17 elk 44 bull figures
Dimensions:
L: 22.5 in, width: 1.25 in
Remarks:
Ritual and Recreation: Smoking and Narcotics. Wooden, carved; half toward the mouthpiece decorated with plaited and wrapped porcupine quills in red, white, purple and yellow; also trimmed with red dyed horse hair; the half away from the mouthpiece is painted orange and has elk, turtle and bull figures carved on it and they are painted orange, green and black, respectively.
Accession Number:
NA.504.196

Not currently on display


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