- Yup'ik artist
- Pipe, 19th century
- Ivory, paint
- Cape Vancouver, Alaska, United States
- L: 5 1/2 in, W: 7/8 in, D: 5/8 in (L: 14.0 cm, W: 2.2 cm, D: 1.6 cm)
- Gift of Israel Albert Lee, 1910
This is an ivory pipe, the stem of which is carved into a flat bellied animal with an open mouth with bared teeth and whiskers. The pipe is ornamented with incised chevrons and geometric patterns on the back in red and black cross-hatching. The bowl rests on the head of the carved animal figure with a hinged perforated lid. The end of the pipe is broken off and stored in a separate zip lock bag with the object.