Museum number:

APM 13.887

Subcollection:

porcelain pipes

Title:

tobacco pipe

Keyword:

head turk with turban with pin

Description:

Tabakspijp van porselein met holwandige figurale ketel, zonder hiel en oplopende steel met manchet. Ketel hoofd Turk met snor en tulband met speld op de voorzijde. Steel in intaglio halve maanvormen. Messing manchetmontage. Geschilderd in bronskleurig goud.

Date:

Period 1840 - 1870


Dimensions:

BowlHeight2.13 in (5.4 cm)
Width1.77 in (4.5 cm)
StemLength1.77 in (4.5 cm)
Weight48 gram
Characteristics
Pipe type stub stemmed pipe
Pipe shape figuraal
Materialparian ware (ceramic)
Techniqueslip cast
Colourwhite
Other materialsbrass (metal)
Finish verf, goudkleurig
Traces of use gerookt
Production
ContinentEurope
Region internationalWestern Europe
CountryGermany
Region nationalThuringia
TownRuhla
Acquisition
Year 1994
Provenance Londen, Portobelloroad antiquemarket, Michael Clements
Londen, antiekhandel, 1994
Comments
Diederik Swarte, 'Amsterdam Pijpenkabinet to open its doors', Pipe, Vol 6 - II, 1997, p 11. Dit exemplaar.
Literature
Don Duco, The Turkish mode in porcelain pipes. ParisLe Livre de la Pipe 1999, /, 1999. p 144. Dit exemplaar.

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