Aboriginal hand Woven Basket by Kanytjupai Armstrong

Love the emu feathers woven in there.Aboriginal hand Woven Basket by Kanytjupai Armstrong

Previous 1 of 16 images Next Aboriginal Australia A Ponga Ponga woman carries a pet possum, Northern Territory, 1922.

Dr Herbert Basedow Woman carrying pet possum on her head while on the march Pongaponga People, Western Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia, 1922

Australia | Aboriginal headband made from kangaroo teeth held together by string and resin | ca. 19th century | This wonderful example of Aboriginal adornment is included in the publication ethnic Jewellery and Adornment: Australia, Oceania, Asia, Africa. Author Truus Daalder ~ fig1, p.24.

Headband of kangaroo teeth held together by string and resin, a century Aboriginal ornament.

Australian Aboriginal Dilly bag

Robyn Djunginy, Ramingining NT– Twined ceremonial dilly bag with diamond designs painted in ochre on the pandanus surface and Rainbow lorikeet feather pendants from eastern Arnhem Land.

Handwerk Textiles

Australian Aboriginal baskets -love these colours together and the shape is cool - Xochielt Sanchez

Girl's dilly bag made of pandanus fibre, wool, feather, resin. Australia

Full: Front Girl's dilly bag made of pandanus fibre, wool, feather, resin. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Baskets woven by Tasmanian Aboriginal women and made from traditional materials such as bark, native grasses and kelp.

Weaving is the interlacing of long, thin materials such as thread, to make cloth or baskets. The earliest findings of weaving were in the Czech Republic, where textiles and basketry molds on burnt.

Culture Victoria - Group of Aboriginal women and children, sitting in a bushland setting

Group of Aboriginal women and children, sitting in a bushland setting - Early photographs - Indigenous Victorians - Culture Victoria

Aboriginal Woven Twine Dilly BAG Early Example FAR North Queensland | eBay

Aboriginal Woven Twine Dilly BAG Early Example FAR North Queensland | eBay

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