Hand crafted Appalachian Cherokee Poplar Bark baskets. Mark Hendry

Hand crafted Appalachian Cherokee Poplar Bark baskets by Mark Hendry for Organic Artist Tree in Blue Ridge, GA 30513

Handmade Miniature Basket http://medicinemancrafts.com/collections/basketry/products/miniature-baskets

Miniature Basket

Small basket inches in diameter, hand-woven with honeysuckle and native dyes

Double Lidded Cherokee Basket
12" x 9"

The basket on the left is an antique Cherokee Indian basket woven of white oak.

Double Lidded Cherokee Basket x Antique Cherokee Indian basket woven of white oak.

Emma Garrett - Traditional Cherokee storage basket made from River Cane. "Basket-weaving is one of the oldest known Native American crafts--there are ancient Indian baskets from the Southwest that have been identified by archaeologists as nearly 8000 years old." Amazing skill from my wive's ancestral heritage. #TrollbeadsWorldTour

Emma Garrett - Traditional Cherokee storage basket made from River Cane. "Basket-weaving is one of the oldest known Native American crafts--there are ancient Indian baskets from the Southwest that have been identified by archaeologists as nearly 8000 year

Add a splash of color to any room in your home, with these individually hand-crafted palm leaf baskets! And shop our entire collection of beautiful, unique home décor from India.

Multi-colored palm leaf baskets

Add a splash of color to any room in your home, with these individually hand-crafted palm leaf baskets! And shop our entire collection of beautiful, unique home décor from India.

Native American Athabascan Alaskan Birch Bark by DodasAndDabbels

Birch Bark Basket/Native American Athabascan Indian/Artist Signed/Hand Made/Vintage Birch Basket/ Hand Made/Organic/Baskertry

LINCOLN SEITZMAN -- “Petrified Cherokee Basket” 1999  12” x 10”  [Ivorywood, Bloodwood, Ipe, Ink -- $8000].  This is not a basket, but an "illusion in wood".  Seizman, now retired, used basketry as  inspiration for his pieced and turned objects.  They are  notable, first, for high-level problem-solving; second, for his respect for the craft skills of other, often anonymous makers; and, third, for his finely honed understanding of fiber art.

LINCOLN SEITZMAN -- “Petrified Cherokee Basket” 1999 12” x 10” [Ivorywood, Bloodwood, Ipe, Ink -- $8000]. This is not a basket, but an "illusion in wood". Seizman, now retired, used basketry as inspiration for his pieced and turned objects. They are notable, first, for high-level problem-solving; second, for his respect for the craft skills of other, often anonymous makers; and, third, for his finely honed understanding of fiber art.

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