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It's a bowl pipe, 10 inches long, handcrafted in hardwood.

wooden 10 inch bowl pipe

Smoking pipes of various types have been in use since time immemorial. There is a description by Herodotus of Scythians inhaling the fumes of burning leaves in 500 B.C.
Native Americans are known to have smoked tobacco in ceremonial pipes. The tobacco plant is said to be native to South America, which spread into North America long before Europeans arrived. Tobacco was introduced to Europe from the Americas in the 16th century and spread around the world rapidly.

History- According to Alfred Dunhill, Africans have had a tradition of smoking hemp in gourd pipes. It is said that by 1884 the King of the Baluka tribe had established a "riamba" or hemp-smoking cult in place of fetish-worship.

Pipes have been fashioned from an assortment of materials including briar, clay, ceramic, corncob, glass, meerschaum, metal, gourd, stone, wood and various combinations thereof, most notably, the classic English calabash pipe.
The size of a pipe, particularly the bowl, depends largely on what is intended to be smoked in it. Large western-style tobacco pipes are used for strong-tasting, harsh tobaccos, the smoke from which is usually not inhaled. Smaller pipes such as the midwakh or kiseru are used to inhale milder tobaccos.

The customs, vocabulary and etiquette that surround pipe smoking culture vary across the world and depend both on the people who are smoking and the substance being smoked.
For example, in many places in Europe and North America, tobacco pipe smoking has sometimes been seen as genteel or dignified and has given rise to a variety of customized accessories and even apparel such as the smoking jacket, and the Pipe Smoker of the Year award in the UK, as well as the term kapnismology ("the study of smoke").[4]
The ceremonial smoking of tobacco or other herbs, as a form of prayer, is still practiced in a number of Native American religious traditions.

Tobacco Smoking Pipes are manufactured using a variety of materials, e.g. Briar, Heather, corn, meerschaum, clay, cherry, glass, porcelain, ebonite, acrylic etc.

Tobacco Smoking Pipe Designs-

Bong, also known as a water pipe
Ceremonial pipe, used by some Native American peoples
Chibouk, a long-stemmed Turkish tobacco pipe with a clay bowl, often ornamented with precious stones
Chillum (pipe), conical smoking pipe originally from India
Hookah, tall stemmed pipe in which the smoke is cooled and filtered by passing through water, also known as a water pipe
Kiseru, Japanese pipe traditionally used for smoking finely shredded tobacco
Midwakh, small smoking pipe of Arabian origin
Opium pipe, designed for the vaporization and inhalation of opium
Sebsi, traditional Moroccan smoking pipe