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Two Native American Peace Pipes

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Lot 0139 Details

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Two Native American Peace Pipes, contemporary handcrafted pipes, antler pipe with leather and beaded decoration, braided leather straps with bone wafer and feather decoration, by artist Larry Cly; stone pipe with beaded wooden shaft, ribbon and leather strap decoration, stone pipe head with embossed metal star decoration; 18" and 28' long
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Two Native American Peace Pipes

Estimate $150 - $250Sep 17, 2016
Starting Price $70
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