Pipe stem - ROM2005_5200_1

ROM2005_5200_1

Pipe stem

Maker: Possibly made by Blackfoot or Crow, collected from Plains Cree
Medium:Catlinite bowl with incised lines, wooden stem decorated with brass studs, beads, green and red pigment
Geography: Ochapowace Reserve, Saskatchewan, Canada
Date: c. 1870
Dimensions:
Length 67 cm
Object number: 913.14.23.B
Credit Line: Edmund Morris Collection
On view
Gallery Location:Daphne Cockwell Gallery dedicated to First Peoples art & culture
DescriptionStraight pipe belonged to Loud Voice, principal Cree signatoree of Treaty Four, bought from his grandson Jack Ochapowace.
Cataloguer: Arni Brownstone
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