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Pit River



A Pit River Hopper basket
 
new
Item#: 7016
A Pit River Hopper basket
this basket was placed on a stone mortar and was used to pound acorns with a stone pestle to produce acorn meal. The light colored material is bean grass and the dark material is Maidenhair Fern. The Horizontal design element is wrapped around the basket.
Circa: 1900
Diameter: 16 1/2in x Height: 7in
 
A Hat Creek Pit River basket
 
Item#: 5091
A Hat Creek Pit River basket
with human figures and stacked rhomboids and a fretwork meander
Circa: 1905
Diameter: 7 1/2in
Height: 4 1/2in
 
A Pit River beaded bottle
 
Item#: 2090
A Pit River beaded bottle
Circa: 1910
Height: 9 in
 
A Pit River bowl
 
Item#: 1748
A Pit River bowl
decorated with stacked parallelograms, diagonally around the basket
Circa: 1910
Diameter: 12in
Height: 9in
 
A very large Pit River twined bottle
 
Item#: 1419
A very large Pit River twined bottle
Circa: 1915
Height: 17in
 
A Pit River bowl
 
Item#: 8281
A Pit River bowl
Circa: 1910
Diameter: 11in
Height: 6 1/2in
 
Pit River bowl
 
Item#: 8101
Pit River bowl
Circa: 1915
Diameter: 12in
Height: 8in
 
 

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