Unique Rapé Kuripe Pipe
A unique Kuripe pipe from the Yawanawa tribe in Brazil, made by artisans with a high level of craftsmanship. It has a possibility to fix a rope, or necklace and hang it on the neck.
Traditionally, Rapé is applied by using a pipe to blow through each nostril on both sides. It can be self-administered using a self-applicator pipe which connects the mouth to the nostrils. It can also be administered by another person using a blow pipe which connects the blower’s mouth to the other person’s nostrils. The self-applicator pipe is known as a ‘kuripe’ and the blow pipe is known as a ‘tepi’.