pipe (narcotics & intoxicants: smoking)

Wooden pipe stem carved with male figures. The bottom figure is holding a tray that holds three large glasses. The second man is clinging to the pipe stem with a pipe in his mouth and one leg on the tray of the first. Above the second man's pipe with the back, lower half of a figure, with signs of burning between the legs. There is a third complete man who is seated in a chair resting on the first man's head. This third man has his legs crossed, a pipe in his mouth and a glass in his other hand. The top of the pipe is conical and smooth with a crack down the side. The bottom of the pipe has a wooden screw thread.
label: black with white handwriting

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