Pipe with a copper bowl attached to a stem made of wood. The upper part of the bowl is cone-shaped with eight facets on the exterior. It has a shallow concavity at the top, with a hole that continues through to the stem. The pipe stem is curved and split in two longitudinal sections that have been bound together with a thong made of hide, which also wraps around a flange at the base of the bowl, fastening it to the stem. A copper pick is attached to the pipe by a hide thong to which a blue bead and a brass button are also attached. The pick has a series of flanges at one end to provide a grip, and is slender and pointed at the other end.
FROM CARD: "ILLUS.: THE SPIRIT SINGS. CATALOGUE, GLENBOW-ALBERTA INST., 1987, #A89, P. 129."