This is a Vintage and uniquely carved Wood Animal Bamboo Tobacco Smoking Pipe used by the men of Lower Sepik Region of Papua New Guinea. Tobacco was introduced to New Guinea by Europeans, three or four centuries ago. This particular smoking pipe is a long bamboo tube with an animal design with cowrie shell eyes. Most have geometric designs, but some depict spirit-figures and faces similar to those found on drums and on men's bark belts. Each pipe made is one-of-a kind due to the tribe and man who carves and decorates it. This pipe is unique and would be interesting in your home or your office.
Show some age, but in good condition
Comes on a Stand
16.5 Inches Tall
3/4 x 3/4 handle
7 Inch Long Head
2 1/4 Inches Wide
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