An earthenware hookah with a bowl, base and pipe. The base is made in a bell shaped form in clay and has a white pigment applied. There is damage to the base. The bowl is made of clay with a white pigment. The bowl is decorated with incised lines. The pipe is made of tubes of cane that are covered in brown and biege textile that is held in place with white and pink thread.
label: yellow with black type

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