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stunning x Hosig Di (Cultural Geometric) from the Panama rainforest; made of chunga palm & naguala fibers, vegetal dyes;

Beautiful Basket

Lidded trinket basket Elizabeth (Lizzie) Hickox Wiyot Oregon grape root (interior weft), maidenhair fern stem (black), porcupine quill dyed with moss root (yellow), myrtle shoots (foundation)

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'Ukhamba' basket, Zulu, South Africa, strips of waxy palm fronds wrapped around coils of wild grasses.

Kajiwara Aya | 'Spiral Pattern Flower basket' 2007.  Bamboo

KAJIWARA Aya "Spiral Pattern Flower Basket", Kajiwara is one of the first female bamboo artists to become a full member of the Japan Craft Arts Association. An award winning artist.

Hopi Wicker Woven Basket Bowl 10 x 5 Inch

Old Hopi Wicker Woven Basket Bowl 10 x 5 Inch Vivid Earth Colors by liked by wickerparadise, visit our wicker furniture selection.

Hajime Nakatomi

1998 By Kajiwara Koho Kyushu: born in Hita-gun, Oita Prefecture, active in Beppu, Oita Prefecture Bamboo (madake) and rattan Selected techniques: mat.

Elizabeth Conrad Hickox, Karuk (Karok) / Wiyot, 1872-1947, or Louise Hickox, Karuk (Karok), 1896-1967 Basket  About 1925  Wild grape root, myrtle sticks, hazel, maidenhair fern, yellow-dyed porcupine quills, and stag horn lichen

Elizabeth Conrad Hickox, Karuk (Karok) / Wiyot, or Louise Hickox, Karuk (Karok), Basket About 1925 Wild grape root.

Zulu basketry began to die out because of tin and plastic containers, but now the craft is flourishing.

How basketry preserved a people

‘Lidded Basket’ by Beauty Ngxongo by 18 inches, fibers, Decades ago, a neighbor taught Ms. Ngxongo how to make these traditional Zulu watertight containers. Now her work is shown in museums worldwide. Courtesy of the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art

Africa | A basket with a detachable lid made of light-coloured grass with dyed decoration | Collected in Zambia, c. 1971

Africa | A basket with a detachable lid made of light-coloured grass with dyed decoration | Collected in Zambia, c. 1971

Cherokee River Cane Basket - this is on my "Bucket List" -- I want to make a basket.

Cherokee River Cane Basket - this is on my "Bucket List" -- I want to make a…

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