Baskets

Agriculture brought a need for containers to hold grain and food. Basketry was the perfect solution for Native American tribes and examples can be found as early as 50CE. Techniques and materials vary across tribes, including coiled, plaited, and twined techniques and materials such as beargrass, devil’s claw, sumac, willow, and yucca. Modern basketry is almost entirely decorative or ceremonial. Navajos still commonly use wedding baskets in their marriage ceremonies.

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Miniature Hopi Olla Basket
Turtle Plaque
Eagle Plaque
Hopi Plaque
Hopi Plaque
Hopi Plaque
Hopi Plaque
Hopi Kachina Basket
Hunter Kachina Plaque
Navajo Wedding Basket, Richard Graymountain, Baskets, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Man in the Maze Basket, Kathleen Tashquinith, Baskets, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Man in the Maze Basket, Kathleen Tashquinith, Baskets, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Fire God Basket, Sally Black, Baskets, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Navajo Wedding Basket, Sylvia Black, Baskets, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Hopi Sweet Corn Plaque, Joyce Ann Saufkie, Baskets, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Hopi Sunflower Plaque, Dorleen Gashweseoma, Baskets, Garland's Indian Jewelry
1970s Hopi Plaque, Vintage Collection, Baskets, Garland's Indian Jewelry
1970s Wedding Basket, Vintage Collection, Baskets, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Large Olla Basket, Sally Black, Baskets, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Navajo Wedding Basket, Edith King, Baskets, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Navajo Wedding Basket, Edith King, Baskets, Garland's Indian Jewelry
Hopi Basket - Baskets - Annette Nasafotie - 1
Navajo Wedding Basket - Baskets - Sally Black - 1
Turtle Plaque - Baskets - Janet Lamson - 1

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