- Museum number
Pipe-stem made of wood wrapped in red, white, blue and lavender porcupine quills and stitched together with bark thread.
Diameter: 0.90 centimetres
Length: 24 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Comment by Ruth Holmes Whitehead, March 1985. "Tobacco pipe stem of wood, possibly moosewood branch with pith removed (Acer pennsylvanicum). Stem is wrapped with porcupine quills, a single wrap for each quill, tied on reverse with double lengths of sinew. Quills are undyed white, aniline blue, lavender and red. Patter is 4 white/4 blue/3 laveder/4 white/3 laveder/4 blue/4 whgite/5 red/5 blue/5white/5 blue/4 red/4 white/6 blue/4 lavender/5 white/6 blue/4 lavender/5 white/3 lavender/4 blue/3 white/2 blue/6 white. Shaped mouthpiece."
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Comment by Ruth Holmes Whitehead, March 1985. "Purchased in the Tobacco Collection of W.H.Bragge, F.S.F. Toronto."
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
CDMS number: Am1882B13.96-97 (old CDMS no.)