Native American 1970s Papago Made Basket


Papago Made Basket

The Native American (Papago) Tohono O’odham or Desert People live in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona and Mexico. This beautiful basket was created using the open coil method where coils of grasses are bundled and then the coils are stacked and woven together with yucca plant. This pattern is called with Whirlwind because of the diagonal lines that travel up the outside of the basket.
Artist: Angie Chico
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Features: 3.75″ tall x 8.5″ diameter

Price: $314.95
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The Native American Indian Artists use only genuine feathers, furs, bones, beads, leather, wood, stone, etc. in the making of each work of art. There is nothing artificial used unless it is required by law. No parts of animals such as bones, feathers, etc. are from any animals considered endangered. The feathers used are from Wild Turkeys.

The colors of feathers, fur, leather, beads and patterns can vary. All of our items are individually made by hand and are uniquely one of a kind. Therefore what you see on these pages is merely a representation of the product you will receive.

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