19th Century Bronze Pipe
Fantastic bronze pipe from the Vienna tobacco museum’s collection, from Belgian Congo.
- Of the Period
- Place of Origin
- Date of Manufacture1890-1920
- Materials and Techniques
- WearMinor structural damages.
- DimensionsH 8.67 in. x W 3.94 in. x D 4.34 in.H 22 cm x W 10 cm x D 11 cm
- Seller LocationCopenhagen, DK
- Seller Reference Number1037
- Reference NumberLU101361194928
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