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Nootka/Makah Miniature Basket by Frances Williams

My Nanny's (Frances Williams) Miniature Basket - actually found one for sale after 16 years! Wish i had the money tho :( I miss her so much

This is a tiny basket woven by the Makah Tribe of the Pacific Northwest Coast. It is 3 inches in diameter by 2 and a half inches high. It was made with Cedar strips, Cattail Leaves and sea grass. This one was made around 1920-1930

This is a tiny basket woven by the Makah Tribe of the Pacific Northwest Coast. It is 3 inches in diameter by 2 and a half inches high. It was made with Cedar strips, Cattail Leaves and sea grass.

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2014 tall cedar hat... That I had made for a trade!

That I had made for a trade!

"In the Spirit of the Ancestors" - The Owl represents one of Jan Criswell's Haida crests.

"In the Spirit of the Ancestors" - The Owl represents one of Jan Criswell's Haida crests.

unknown Tlingit artist (Tlingit), Basketry Cup, 1850/1880 spruce root. Museum Purchase: Indian Collection Subscription Fund, Rasmussen Collection of Northwest Coast Indian Art. Portland Museum of Art. No known copyright restrictions. 48.3.655

Basketry Cup, by unknown Tlingit artist, - woven spruce root. 4 in x 3 in diam ---- Rasmussen Collection of Northwest Coast Indian Art. Portland Museum of Art. No known copyright restrictions.

Basket weaving is one of the oldest know crafts forms of Native America, with some ancient baskets being dated as nearly 8000 years old. Different tribes had their own distinct designs and styles. The materials used for the basket weaving varied from tribe to tribe due to different geographical locations.

Govinda Johnson Indian American Basket Weaving Basket weaving is an inherit part of the Indian American culture and traditions, particularly.

Civilization.ca - Haida - Haida art - Chiefly possessions

Identifying the Hand of the Artist: Charles Edenshaw The aboriginal artists of BC’s northwest coast didn’t start signing their work until the

Fruit-picking basket. Perfection.

Merle Andersen - Berry-picking basket of twined and plaited red cedar bark, with plaited strap and vintage glass beads. (Part of a private collection.

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