Tobacco pipe made of wood with high cylindrical bowl with pointed figural bottom, up going stem without stub. Bowl around hand carved four trees of which the crowns flow together, between the trunks a kind of niches in which at the front a standing hunter with sitting dog, on both sides a standing deer and at the back a rock on which a deer, the base is the head of an animal, on the right a deer's head, on the left a pig's head, both animals bitten in the ear by a hunting dog. Originally wooden valve cover on silver frame with on the top deer in gallop, lid internal label with handwritten collection number "69". Original mounting with upright stem with deer horn base with two crowns followed by a wooden stem, at the top at the side deer horns stem in which a buffalo horns bit with two knots. Stem cut like a truncated tree trunk with halfway a male climbing around the tree, the feet, hands and head of deer's horn, the pants torn and his buttocks visible, on the top of the stem a bird's nest.