Stone smoking pipe from the Tremaine SiteYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Quartzite (or silicified sandstone) smoking pipe from the Tremaine Site (47-LC-95) near Holmen, Wisconsin. The pipe was created by drilling two holes in a quartzite (or silicified sandstone) pebble at ninety degrees to each other to form the bowl and stem holes. The outside of the pipe has been decorated with several carved grooves, two forming a cross or X. It is unclear which hole is to be the bowl and which the stem, so the pipe has been shown here in two different orientations with the bowl being the upward facing hole. The pipe (FS1519) was recovered in summer 2015 from Feature F271.
Created with 229 photographs from a Canon EOS Rebel T7i and 100mm Macro lens using Metashape 1.5.1 and Blender 2.8 to add the scale bar.