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War pipe assemblage

SKU: 4061.07.01
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An outstanding reproduction of Northern Plains war pipe assemblage consisting of an elbow bow (made of black stone), quilled round wood stem and quilled wood tamper.

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Composed of a hard wood stem of circular section quill-wrapped with yellow, red and udyed quills, and inserted to a black stone elbow bowl.

Made by: John Kursch (EarthLodge)

Manufacture year: 2007

Tribal style: Assiniboine, Blackfeet, Plains Cree, Plains Ojibwa

Total length: 46 cm

Bowl: 11 cm

Stem: 35 cm

Quilled portion: 15,5 cm

Tamper: 21,5 cm

Total weight: 285 gr

Metacollcection: Plains

Collection: Northern Plains

Insignia type: Pipe

Like a number of other items from my Plains Indian collection, where I gather the best specimens of Indian Warrior art and do not have much desire to part with them, «War pipe assemblage SKU 4061.07.01» is not intended for sale and if occasionally someone would be interested to buy it, I will be ready to sell only at a price indicated here as a fair minimum for such a splendid work.

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