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A typical village opium pipe, used by a number of hill tribe people within the Golden Triangle of southeast Asia. This is most likely Hmong.
Bamboo shaft, earthenware smoking bowl. Metal tool used to apply opium is original to the pipe. Early 20th century. In good condition with no cracks or repairs.
Measurements: total length 36 cm (14.25")
Note: this pipe is well worn and used, and carries historical traces of burnt opium. As such it may not be a legal import for your country, please check local regulations before purchase.