This Chesapeake pipe bowl was found at a site in Westmoreland County on the northern Coastal Plain. Chesapeake pipes have characteristic rouletted decorations that were made by incising the the clay with tools that had rounded pin-like ends. The designs often combined Virginia Indian and European motifs. This one features a running deer design. Chesapeake pipes were produced by Europeans, Virginia Indians, and/or enslaved Africans, and were traded amongst groups during the early seventeenth century. (Photo enhanced)
Virginia Department of Historic Resources, Richmond, VA
1600 - 1700 C.E.
.JPG, 508 × 424
Still Image Item Type Metadata
508 × 424
“Chesapeake Pipe,” Virginia Indian Archive, accessed March 20, 2023, https://virginiaindianarchive.org/items/show/553.