Red Inlaid Double Pipe Bowl
Arts of the Americas
Catlinite (pipestone), lead
early 19th century
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Henry L. Batterman Fund and the Frank Sherman Benson Fund
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Sioux (Native American). Red Inlaid Double Pipe Bowl, early 19th century. Catlinite (pipestone), lead, 5 in. (12.7 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Henry L. Batterman Fund and the Frank Sherman Benson Fund, 50.67.100e. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 50.67.100e_bw_SL1.jpg)
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Probably Eastern Sioux. Possibly made for trade as no evidence of use. This is a double pipe bowl made from red catlinite or pipestone with lead inlay at the pipe end and a serrated point at the bowl end.
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