Australian Aboriginal art coil basket

This Australian Aboriginal art coiled fibre bundle basket is tightly hand-woven pandanus, with an attached handle. It shows alternating bands of color. Baskets long have been the most important items
for storing and carrying food and possessions among nomadic indigenous Australian Aboriginal desert people.

12 1/2" in diameter x 7" from the base to the basket rim, 15" to the top of handle.

It comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and Provenance as to its origin as a creation of indigenous Australian Aboriginal artist, DOROTHY MULUKUWUY.

It was personally collected in Australia's Northern Territory in 2001.

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