Stamped Smoking Pipe

(ca. 1698 - ca. 1713)

One nearly complete smoking pipe made of white ball clay from Lovelace Tavern from what is called the barrel context. It consists of a stem, smooth oval heel, and bowl decorated with a single band of rouletting around the bowl rim. There is an IE makers mark on the body of the bowl, which indicates that it was manufactured in Bristol, England by Isaac Evans ca. 1698-1713. The interior surface of the bowl is blackened. The stem's bore hole diameter 7/64 inches.

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