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Pipes & Bowls

We offer a fine selection of Plains style pipes that are suitable for collections or for ceremonial purposes. You won't find any "interpretive" pipes here made of antler and other non-traditional material. These are the real thing made by master pipe carvers. We ask that if you choose to purchase one of our pipes that you treat it with care and respect. All Native American tribal groups that use the pipe consider it to be a highly sacred object. If you plan to use it for ceremonial purposes, you should seek the guidance of a knowledgeable person if you do not know the right way to handle a pipe. It is said that when you pray with the pipe, whatever you ask for will come true.


Catlinite Horse Effigy Pipe Bowl - Tall with Pointed Ears Catlinite Horse Effigy Pipe Bowl - Tall with Pointed Ears

Exquisite Catlinite red stone effigy pipe bowl done in a clasic old-time horse design. This is one of the nicest horse effigies we have had. The bowl is an integral part of the horse's neck. The bowls is 5 inches long and 4 inches tall. This is the bowl only, no stem is included. The bowl is made by Lakota artist, Alan Monroe, of South Dakota. Alan quarries all his pipestone from his pit at the Pipestone National Monument in Minnesota.

Shipping will be less than quoted by our shopping cart and will be adjusted when we ship the item to you.

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9999-009-341  One-Size  $550.00 

 

Catlinite Horse Effigy Pipe Bowl with Inlay Catlinite Horse Effigy Pipe Bowl with Inlay

Beautiful Catlinite red stone effigy pipe bowl done in an old-time horse design. The horse is very detailed with pointed ears and ridged mane. There are four metal inlay rings on both the stem and tobacco ends of the bowl that represent the four directions. This is a large bowl, measuring 7 inches long and 4 inches tall. This is the bowl only, no stem is included. The bowl is made by Lakota artist, Alan Monroe, of South Dakota. Alan quarries all his pipestone from his pit at the Pipestone National Monument in Minnesota.

Shipping will be less than quoted by our shopping cart and will be adjusted when we ship the item to you.

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9999-009-345  One-Size  $895.00 

 


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