SALE SALE SALE Today - Native American Plains Indian Peace Pipe Bowl w/Stem Ceremonial Catlinite Pipe is Decorated coniferous wood Pipe Stem

SALE SALE SALE Today - Native American Plains Indian Peace Pipe Bowl w/Stem Ceremonial Catlinite Pipe is Decorated coniferous wood Pipe Stem

$164.00

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THIS IS FOR THE SALE OF ONE PIPE-STONE PIPE AND ONE DECORATED PIPE STEM. PIPE STAND NO INCLUDED IN SALE

Native American Plains Indian Peace Pipe Bowl w/Stem Ceremonial Catlinite Pipe is Decorated and has a coniferous wood Pipe Stem
Photo and color may vary of pipe is for display.
Actual pipe is actually the Color vary red Catlinite sacred stone Minnesota pipe-stone
Colors red Catlinite sacred stone
New
Custom Handmade
Each Pipe is custom made
Native American Personal Pipe
Size of each Pipe 3 inches High x 4 inches; Long
Each Plains Style Stone Pipe comes with a Decorated with a one piece 12 inch coniferous wood Pipe Stem Replica Golden Eagle Feather, leather & Glass Trade Beads
One coniferous wood Pipe Stem 12 inches in length pipe stem

Each pipe bowl is hand made and shaped to use the piece of catlinite to its best advantage. Some catlinite has lighter areas, striations, or spots (called "power spots"). These variations are considered special and even sacred by many. Because the pipes are made from natural stone, the pipe you receive may vary from the one shown in the photo.

This is for the purchase one PIPE and Pipe Stem

THE PLAINS PIPES NOW WHILE THEY LAST

NOW AVAILABLE WHILE THEY LAST

THESE ARE NOT JUST FOR SHOW THEY ARE NATIVE MADE AND Styled and used for Ceremonies or any Occasion.

GENUINE CATLINITE STONE NATIVE AMERICANS PIPE BOWLS and coniferous wood Pipe Stem Authentic in color and weight, with all the same properties. and you will have a fine smoke-able and authentic pipe.

DISCLAIMER Please Note:
All of my items are handmade & many of them are truly one of a kind which means that no two are exactly alike.

Because each one of my items are handcrafted one at a time, no two are 100% identical. I consider my items as art forms made in the centuries old ways which means there may be natural variations that one might consider a flaw but are actually inherent in the making of the piece, just as they were centuries ago. My items are created exactly as they were centuries ago. We might look at a piece from centuries ago may it be a drum, war club, knife, pipe, necklace, etc & think it's not perfect but actually it is, it's the hand crafted nature & techniques that the Native Americans used & which I use today with pride, skill & confidence.

Please Read:
When you insert the pipe stem into the stone bowl gently twist it in, do not force it or try to put stem end completely in the pipe stone a snug fit is all you need, forcing it will damage pipe stone.

Colors red stone catlinite sacred stone
New
Handmade
Each Pipe is custom made

GENUINE Catlinite NATIVE AMERICANS PIPE BOWLS and STEM Authentic in color and weight, with all the same properties. and you will have

Please Read:
Important - How to insert the stem into the pipe.

CAUTION - Never force the stem into the pipe hole.

The stem is designed to fit snugly, not tightly. Do not try and seat the shoulders of the stem up to the pipe bowl. If you force the stem into the barrel, you will likely break the pipestone.

Instead . . . Moisten the tapered insert end of the stem with your lips. Insert the stem into the pipe barrel and gently give it ¼ turn. This will give the stem a good hold on the inside of the barrel. The slight moisture will swell the stem insert slightly which results in a snug fit.

If you treat a pipe with respect, it will last a long time.
When you insert the pipe stem into the stone bowl gently twist it in, do not force it or try to put stem end completely in the pipe stone a snug fit is all you need, forcing it will damage pipe stone.


Calumet - a North American Indian peace pipe.
Catlinite pipe-Native Americans have used catlinite to make smoking pipes and pipe bowls. They used catlinite for their Calumet because it is easy to carve and drill. Its high specific heat capacity enabled the outside of the bowl to have a lower temperature than the burning tobacco inside.

A ceremonial pipe is a particular type of smoking pipe, used by a number of Native American cultures in their sacred ceremonies. Traditionally they are used to offer prayers in a religious ceremony, to make a ceremonial commitment, or to seal a covenant or treaty. The pipe ceremony may be a component of a larger ceremony, or held as a sacred ceremony in and of itself. Indigenous peoples of the Americas who use ceremonial pipes have names for them in each culture's indigenous language. Not all cultures have pipe traditions, and there is no single word for all ceremonial pipes across the hundreds of diverse Native cultures.

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