Native Basketry:
Hopi Indian basket woven maiden figure

Hopi Basket Doll

Authentic Native basket-weaving art, hand-selected to reflect accomplishments of native artists
from America and Australia.
Despite inflation raising it's threatening head, we have adjusted the prices on all our baskets downward temporarily. Take advantage of this special seasonal baskets promotion, which includes free shipping, to add to your collection.

Apache burden basket by Dudley
B480 - Apache


B011 - Hopi


B012 - Hopi


B168 - Hopi


B180 - Hopi

Hopi Indian wicker basket plaque by Joan Mononoye
B190 - Hopi


W298 - Hopi ca.1920s


B182 - Navajo

Seminole Indian sweetgrass basket with handles
B624 - Seminole

Seminole Indian melon shape sweetgrass basket
B625 - Seminole

Seminole Indian sweetgrass basket with flared lip
B626 - Seminole

Seminole Indian sweetgrass basket with spittoon-style lip
B627 - Seminole

Seminole Indian double tier sweetgrass basket with basket start
B628 - Seminole

 

The baskets below are
made by indigenous
Australian natives.
They are mostly coiled,
string or "dilly" bags.
They are woven from
various natural fibers
such as those made
from the leaves of
the pandanus plant.
These fibers are dyed
in vivid oranges, reds,
yellows, blacks and
purples by boiling in
ground up roots.

Australian Aboriginal hand-woven pandanus basket with long handle
B218 Australian Aboriginal

Australian Aboriginal basket in drum shape with long handle
B221 Australian Aboriginal

Australian Aboriginal multicolor basket with handles
B286 Australian Aboriginal

Australian Aboriginal basket woven in canoe shape
K128 Australian Aboriginal

Australian Aboriginal basket in form of emu egg nest
KC40 Australian Aboriginal

Australian Aboriginal basket with lid and carrying strap
KD01 Australian Aboriginal

Australian Aboriginal string 'dillybag'
KD13 Australian Aboriginal

Australian Aboriginal string 'dillybag'
KD14 Australian Aboriginal

 

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