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A very nice lidded Woodlands  Indian basket,  woven free hand without a mold using hand-cut splints, some swabbed in Prussian blue, probably ca. 1880 with nice vegetable dye accents.

A very nice lidded Woodlands Indian basket, woven free hand without a mold using hand-cut splints, some swabbed in Prussian blue, probably ca. 1880 with nice vegetable dye accents.

Penobscot Indian Picnic basket Black Ash splint/sweet grass hand painted -NICE!   See original listing      Item condition:	Used  Ended:	May 11, 201215:04:10 PDT  Winning bid:	  US $40.00 [ 3 bids ]

Penobscot Indian Picnic basket Black Ash splint/sweet grass hand painted -NICE! See original listing Item condition: Used Ended: May 11, 201215:04:10 PDT Winning bid: US $40.00 [ 3 bids ]

A very unique and interesting Northeast Indian made potato stamped basket, probably Penobscot.   It would be just another Indian basket except for the fact that it has a rarely seen "split" handle that is hand hewn out of a single piece of wood and then split and separated.

A very unique and interesting Northeast Indian made potato stamped basket, probably Penobscot. It would be just another Indian basket except for the fact that it has a rarely seen "split" handle that is hand hewn out of a single piece of wood and then split and separated.

Africa | Lidded basket collected from the Waziba or Haya people of Tanzania in the early 1900s | Grass fiber and natural dyes

Africa | Lidded basket collected from the Waziba or Haya people of Tanzania in the early 1900s | Grass fiber and natural dyes

Primitive Hand Woven Egg Basket Buttock Basket Fanny

Primitive Hand Woven Egg Basket Buttock Basket Fanny

Vintage Baskets Old Birch Bark Handmade Pair by elansolete on Etsy

Vintage Baskets Old Birch Bark Handmade Pair by elansolete on Etsy

Storage basket with lid  Native American (probably Mohegan-Pequot), 1830–1900  Probably ash, laundry bluing, and Mohegan pink (red and white lead)    	  				  			Native American (probably Mohegan-Pequot), 1830–1900

Storage basket with lid Native American (probably Mohegan-Pequot), 1830–1900 Probably ash, laundry bluing, and Mohegan pink (red and white lead) Native American (probably Mohegan-Pequot), 1830–1900

Lidded Storage Basket    Date:      ca. 1840  Geography:      United States, Maine  Culture:      Passamaquoddy (?)  Medium:      Ash splint, wood, pigment  Dimensions:      H. 14 1/2 x W. 24 x D. 15 in. (36.8 x 61 x 38.1 cm)  Classification:      Basketry-Containers  Credit Line:      Ralph T. Coe Collection, Gift of Ralph T. Coe Foundation for the Arts, 2011  Accession Number:      2011.154.29a, b

Lidded Storage Basket Date: ca. 1840 Geography: United States, Maine Culture: Passamaquoddy (?) Medium: Ash splint, wood, pigment Dimensions: H. 14 1/2 x W. 24 x D. 15 in. (36.8 x 61 x 38.1 cm) Classification: Basketry-Containers Credit Line: Ralph T. Coe Collection, Gift of Ralph T. Coe Foundation for the Arts, 2011 Accession Number: 2011.154.29a, b

1940s Ash basket, Winnebago  (beautiful handle details)

1940s Ash basket, Winnebago (beautiful handle details)

Tlingit basket with lid | Reed | ca. 1910

Tlingit basket with lid | Reed | ca. 1910

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