FMNH 259814.B

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History - Ethnology | 22-43 | Provenience: West Africa, Cameroon Republic, Grasslands area. | People or Culture: possibly Bamum/Bamileke | Object: Pipe bowl with built-in stem and stem extension | Material: A. Earthenware B: Wood | Description: A: Pipe bowl of dark brown earthenware, conical in shape, ornamented with geometric design in which nodule-like protuberances are most prominent feature. B: Pipe stem extension of round, hollow wood length wrapped with a black fabric scrap at one end. | Dimensions: (in cm.) A: H=30.9; W=6.8; D=4.7 B: H=63.3; Dia.=2.5 | Collection: Anthropology Purchase; received 6/4/74. Collected by Craig Kinzelman, 1973. [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 259814 A-B | Field No. | Neg. No. | Acc. 3279 [BACK] 259814/A-B. | [ILLUSTRATION]
Catalog Number: 259814.B
Description: pipe stem
Materials: clay, wood
Cultural Attribution: Bamum / Bamileke
Accession Number: [3279] C. Kinzelman (Purchase)
Accession Year: 1974
Collector/Source: Craig Kinzelman, Craig Kinzelman
EMu IRN: 1395977
GUID: 4f7865fd-d11e-472b-86d3-a37d0262d829

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