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Antique Opium Pipes

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Only 3 available

Destination: Kanazawa, Japan

Found at the morning market in the fishing village of Wajima, these elegant opium pipes are made of wood and brass. Opium came to Japan from China and was used for medicinal purposes; a puff on a pipe like these eased backaches and alleviated migraines. After years of use, we think these little pipes have developed a certain aesthetic known in Japan as wabi-sabi.


Wabi-sabi is the marriage of two old aesthetic ideals: wabi, which connotes a kind of rustic, simplicity, and sabi, which celebrates the “bloom of time.” Leonard Koren, who wrote a whole book about it,... Read More

Details and Dimensions

From Left to Right: Long: 10.5"; Medium: 9" ; Short: 8"

$45.00 - $60.00  add to cart
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