Museum number:

APM 11.134

Subcollection:

prehistoric pipes

Title:

tobacco pipe

Keyword:

plain

Description:

Tabakspijp van aardewerk met elleboogmodel met schuingeplaatste hoge cilindrische ketel, vlakke onderzijde en afgeplatte steel. Gepolijst.

Date:

Period 1100 - 1500


Dimensions:

BowlHeight4.06 in (10.3 cm)
Width1.22 in (3.1 cm)
StemLength5.91 in (15 cm)
Characteristics
Pipe type stem pipe
Pipe shape elleboog
Materialpottery (ceramic)
Techniquehand-formed
Colourred-brown
Finish gepolijst
Traces of use gerookt
Production
ContinentSouth America
Region internationalCaribbean sea
CountryMexico
EthnicityAztecs
Acquisition
Year 1989
Provenance Tilburg, America Antigua, Ted van Dijck
Toronto, particuliere collectie, <1980-1989
Comments
Vgl. J. Alden Mason, Use of Tobacco in Mexico and South America, Chicago, 1924, t.o.p. 7, plate III.
Vgl. Muriel N. Porter, Pipas Precortesianas, Mexico, 1948, plaat 19H, dal van Mexico, vindplaats Churubusco.
Vgl. George A. West, Tobacco, Pipes and Smoking Customs of the American Indians, Westport, Connecticut, 1970, Dl II, p 928, afb 6. Vergelijkbaar exemplaar uit zuid-noord Mexico, H. 9, L. 14 cm (Milwaukee Public Museum).
Exhibition
Amsterdam, Pijpenkabinet, permanente presentatie, zaal, vitrine 1, 2001-2013.
Amsterdam, Amsterdam Pipe Museum, permanente presentatie, zaal, vitrine 1, v.a. 2013.

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