A Sioux, Oglala pipe composed a catlinite bowl and a stem. The catlinite bowl is elbow, or "L" shaped and is decorated with four bands around the top of the bowl, three near the stem end and four encircling the bend. A rounded disk projects from the bend. The second piece is a flattened, hollow, oval wood stem with a cylindrical mouth piece that is trimmed with four leather thongs. The thongs have red and white quilling and ferrous metal cones with red and purple. The thongs have been tied in a bow at the stem. The short ends have red down and the long ends have purple down. The stem connection is broken. The stem measures 4.6 in. (l) and the catlinite bowl measures 3.25 in. (h)., This file is derived from a 720 dpi, high-resolution (24-bit color) uncompressed TIFF image, that was scanned from the original slide using a Nikon LS-2000 slide scanner.