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Artisan NameStephen Healey
Artisan CategoryGeneral Artwork
Artisan Bio

Historically accurate, Fur Trade Era Inlaid Stone Pipe.
Hand crafted, requiring 8 Months to complete.
This pipe is part of a body of work that was selected to the Directory Of Traditional American Craft in 2011. The Directory of Traditional American Crafts is an honor bestowed on a handful of artisans who work in traditional media, styles, and crafts. It presents to you a selection of the best historically informed handwork in America today.
This is a one of a kind spiritual instrument that is fully functional.
This pipe is stout and heavy, with the bowl measuring @ 3-1/2"
by 3-1/2" and the stem is @ 17 inches in length.
Also an article about my pipes was featured in Indian Artifacts Magazine Vol. 30-1.
Interested parties may contact me for an email copy of the story of how I was inspired to create this one of a kind pipe.
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New Bedford, MA 2745
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