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Native American basket with a simple geometric design, lid, and braided handle probably from the Southwest and/or Great Basin area (possibly Pima). It is constructed of non-interlocking stitches, closed spacing; knotted coiled start, and a self coiled rim finish. The attention to detail is incredible. It is very well made and in great condition. Circa early 1900s.    Measures 5 1/4 inches high and 6 1/2 inches in diameter.

Native American basket with a simple geometric design, lid, and braided handle probably from the Southwest and/or Great Basin area (possibly Pima). It is constructed of non-interlocking stitches, closed spacing; knotted coiled start, and a self coiled rim finish. The attention to detail is incredible. It is very well made and in great condition. Circa early 1900s. Measures 5 1/4 inches high and 6 1/2 inches in diameter.

File:Basket tray, Chitimacha, accessioned in 1902 - Native American collection - Peabody Museum, Harvard University - DSC05491.JPG

File:Basket tray, Chitimacha, accessioned in 1902 - Native American collection - Peabody Museum, Harvard University - DSC05491.JPG

Jill Choate is a nationally renowned fiber artist and instructor known for her ability to “talk to the antler” and weave a vessel around it. 
www.jchoatebasketry.com

Jill Choate is a nationally renowned fiber artist and instructor known for her ability to “talk to the antler” and weave a vessel around it. www.jchoatebasketry.com

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