Collection: Fenn

Item Number: FCPIPE1000

Category: Pipe Bowls-Pipe Stems

Region: Plains

Tribe: Sioux

Period: 1875-1900

Materials: Wood, stone, brass tacks, pigment

Description: A carved, double-twisted wooden stem with two interruptions of brass tacks. Red ocher is evident in all of the crevices. The catlinite T bowl fits the stem. Grain of the wood and brass tacks in the stem Sitting Bull is holding match exactly with this stem.

Dimensions: Length 18.5 inches bowl length 9 inches


Sitting Bull , to his wives by descent, to First People Museum, to Joe Rivera.


Exhibited in the First People Museum for many years.


Numerous photographs of Sitting Bull holding the pipe.

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