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An early wooden pipe bowl carved with a symmetric figural design complex | Donald Ellis Gallery
Short side of an early Tlingit figural pipe bowl representing clan crests | Donald Ellis Gallery
Long side of a wooden pipe bowl in the form of several mythic and ancestral beings | Donald Ellis Gallery
Short side of an early carved wooden pipe bowl showing a circular opening | Donald Ellis Gallery
Alternative long side of a figural pipe bowl from the Tlingit First Nations | Donald Ellis Gallery

Pipe Bowl

Tlingit
Southeast Alaska

ca.1830

wood, metal

height: 4"
width: 5 ½"
depth: 3 ½"

Inventory # N4385

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RELATED EXAMPLES

Peter The Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia, cat. no. 2539-30 – See: Rickenbach, Judith. Tlingit: Alte Indianische Kunst Aus Alaska. Zurich: Museum Rietberg, 2001, pg. 169, pl. 42, for a stylistically similar early wood comb collected by I.G Wosnesenki between 1839 and 1845 at Sitka, Alaska