Fragments of pipes and pipe stalks from the wreck of the East Indies boatman 't Vliegend Hart, One Gouda earthen pipe with heel mark crowned WS from which the stem has broken off. Two heads, one with a piece of stem. Twenty-three unadorned stems of pipes of different sizes and thickness. Fragments of bowls and stems, Dutch East India Company, 't Vliegend Hart (ship), WS, Gouda, 1700 - 2-Mar-1735, pipe clay, l 14.6 cm × w 1.9 cm × d 3.8 cm × l 2.6 cm × d 0.6 cm, Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist

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Fragments of pipes and pipe stalks from the wreck of the East Indies boatman 't Vliegend Hart, One Gouda earthen pipe with heel mark crowned WS from which the stem has broken off. Two heads, one with a piece of stem. Twenty-three unadorned stems of pipes of different sizes and thickness. Fragments of bowls and stems, Dutch East India Company, 't Vliegend Hart (ship), WS, Gouda, 1700 - 2-Mar-1735, pipe clay, l 14.6 cm × w 1.9 cm × d 3.8 cm × l 2.6 cm × d 0.6 cm, Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist

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Image ID: 2B9B0N4

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