(Papua New Guinea)
0 - Whole; 37.2cm (14 5/8"); aft (open) end
0 - Whole; 3.5cm (1 3/8"); fore (open) end
0 - Whole; 2.9cm (1 1/8")
Paul Sillitoe (Author), Made in Niugini: Technology in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, London, 1988. See pages 218-219 for images of the production of bamboo tobacco pipes and pages 207-210 for description of the cane pipe known in Wola as 'hulumb pay', similar in appearance to this pipe collected in Laiagam.
'Smoking and Tobacco Pipes in New Guinea' by AC Haddon, pg. 1-278., Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 06 Jun 1946, 06 Jun 1946. See page 124 for similar pipe from the Wola Valley, figure 105 D.