Baked clay 'Turkish Chibouk' pipe bowl. The rim of the bowl flares out. Some decorative indentations under the foot and around the end of the shank. There is an old display label with the object. Printed in black on white, now yellowed paper, it reads " TURKISH "CHIBOOK" PIPE, The bowl is of baked clay, and usually of a reddish-brown colour, not unlike that of old Roman "Samian" Pottery." Then handwritten in pencil "273/ 3324" (4 is crossed out and 3 written above it)
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