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    find of the summer ( maby the year ) for me and the wife

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ID:	1751219 this one ... double chamber reed pipe ... almost cleaned ..one chamber opened , next one started . From the bird heads on the cleaner bowl .. I'm guessing Mississippian ... southeastern ceremonial complex likely .. but I could be wrong …. what looks like clay or something holding it all together appears to be made to only look that way … it's looking like it may all be the same rock …. tricky art lol

    thought's ? … anyone seen one before ? …. I cant really find anything to compare it too online ….

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    Banjo Man

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    Not tricky at all. I don't see one nor multiple bird heads. Also, what is a cleaner bowl; a Double chamber? I've not seen these terms in any artifact glossary but I've not seen it all either! I think it's a concretion that formed around something (such as a root) and eventually eroded away and left the channel & casting. A geofact. JMHO

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    Double Chambered Reed Pipe... I’ll apologize first... I’m sorry but I had to laugh at that one.
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    the cleaner chamber of the two and the bird looking figures come together at the rim of the cleanest chamber ( still in cleaning process ) was packed in very old crude

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    the first pipes did not have stems , they used hollow reeds to insert into the pipe ….

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    really people the hollow part of a pipe is called the chamber …….. jeez … just forget it … just move it to geofacts …. I think I may have over estimated the crowd here

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    You aren’t a real member of Tnet until you get chastised, anyways. Don’t take it personal.
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    I thought it was a pottery lug at first.......its most likely a concretion. They drilled the pipes with reeds and sand for future reference. What the NA used for a pipe stem is dust by now. The hollow part of a pipe is called the bowl or the stem also. Chamber huh.
    Last edited by catherine1; Sep 09, 2019 at 06:31 PM.
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    I don't think you could smoke with that without burning the crap out of your nose lol.
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    Even if it’s not a pipe it’s cool. Take pics of where the stem would insert, not seeing it.
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    I'm leaning also to concretion. I have no idea how you'd smoke it.
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    Not sure bout that one , there’s a few beaches I hunt that have a lot of similar items ..... the area is rich with iron deposit and it forms some really crazy shapes many of them hollowed out. What material is this made from ? Can you post cleaner pics of the inside ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffdt1966 View Post
    really people the hollow part of a pipe is called the chamber …….. jeez … just forget it … just move it to geofacts …. I think I may have over estimated the crowd here
    No, you didn't over estimate, you UNDER ESTIMATED the crowd here. I think most of us realize about stem and reed usage for pipes. Many trade pipes and others require a stem and sometimes but not necessarily a reed is used. Wrong again on the hollow part; it is the bowl and shaft. You just didn't get the supportive answers you expected and that is why you're pissy about it. I've seen this attitude MANY times.
    Last edited by Tdog; Sep 09, 2019 at 07:56 PM.

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    Please post video of a demonstration
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mine Shaft View Post
    I don't think you could smoke with that without burning the crap out of your nose lol.
    I think I could--and I have a big nose! Pack it tight and turn it side-ways!

    Edit: M.S. ... I thought you Californian's were experts on this subject!
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