Sema Pipe. The pipe has a very long, hour-glass shaped head of dark brown wood. Red cane hoops decorate the lower third of the head, and red binding at the begining of the final third of the head. Along the shaft is red and yellow binding for decoration. The shaft curves upwards. The bottom third of the head is removable in order for the smoker to place their tobacco in the pipe. There is a section of iron which may have been used to line the pipe bowl.
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