Native American Pipestone Womans Pipe – PW1569


Pipestone Woman's Pipe

Native American Pipestone Woman’s Pipe by Chris Wallenberg (Hapan)

This fully functional 11.5 inch long peace pipe is crafted with a pipestone and a wooden stem. This pipe is considered a woman’s pipe and was handcrafted in the southwest by Native American Indian Santee Sioux Chris Wallenberg (Hapan). The pipestone comes from Pipestone, Minnesota. The bowl is 3 in. long and 2 in. tall. The bowl is .75 in. in diameter at the top with an opening of .375 in.
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Features:
Dimensions: 11.5″ long

Price: $121.95
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Pipestone Woman's Pipe
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