Pipe with a narrow bowl in the shape of a human face with a pointed nose and rectangular ears, one of which is broken. The stem is carved with a pair of human figures, possibly male, each with opposed hands and feet pressed together. The surface is charred except for the face on the bowl. The pipe was carved in one piece, and has not been smoked.
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