|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Provenience:||Great Plains (Plain)|
|Culture Area:||Great Plains (Culture Area)|
|Credit Line:||Gift of Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of Philadelphia, 1955|
|Other Number:||12209 - Old Museum Number|
Elaborately carved. Short round mouthpiece goes into broad spirals; stem narrows then flares into a head-painted dark, eyes indicated - with a beak from which stem emerges and goes into a flat rectangular panel (bottom corners are cut off), about one third of the whole length; this panel has 3 cut-outs - two narrow rectangular panels on either side of center, and, farther down, a round hole - and is lightly carved with various geometric elements pit in separate design areas. Top more carved than bottom; red paint in some incisions.
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