Tobacco pipe in its original case on display in Gallery 533, European Sculpture and Decorative Arts, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. "Date: ca. 1740 Culture: South German Medium: Silver, deer antler, horn, leather Dimensions: L. of pipe: 15-1/4 in. (39.2 cm.); L. of case: 16-1/3 in. (41.2 cm.), W. 3-1/2 in. (8.5 cm.) Classification: Metalwork-Silver In Combination . 1600-1800."
Pipe, carved wood, Louis XV period, Paris, France. 10 1/2 h. Head of African type man with jade decorating stones in copper settings and trim, and painted in red and green, eyes are ivory; markings, 'Pipe Enseigne du Marchand de Tabac Au Nabab Paris Epoque Louis XV' A handwritten note in French attached to the bottom of this pipe makes it likely that this pipe was used in a tobacconist’s store, called, “Au Nabab.” Courtesy of the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum
This complete pipe is also attributed to Jungfrau of Sweden. Dramatically and ornately carved, this 26"-long commemorative pipe in maple supposedly depicts King Gustavus II Adolphus of Sweden leading his troops into the Battle of Breitenfelt, north of Leipzig, in 1631. There is at least one strike, "A5," that equates to the year 1855 in Swedish dating code, and the Jungfrau accent of a lion on the wind cover.