Moose-shaped pipe bowl, Native American, Canada, c. 1850-1870.

Made:
1850-1870 in Nova Scotia and Canada

Stone tobacco pipe, bowl only with carved illustration of moose on front, shallow line carvings of geometric designs on bowl, Micmac, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1850-1870

Bowl from a stone tobacco pipe, part of which carved in the shape of a moose's head, with other shallow line carvings of geometric designs, made by the Micmac people, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1850-1870

Details

Category:
Ethnography and Folk Medicine
Object Number:
A34609
Measurements:
overall weight: x x , , .05kg
type:
tobacco pipes, tobacco pipes, ethnography (amerindian, woodland), smokiana (pipes), ethnography (amerindian, woodland), smokiana (pipes), tobacco pipe
status:
Loan: Wellcome Trust

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