Gene Quintana Fine Arts

Plateau

The Plateau Indians lived in the northwest from central Washington to the southeast corner of Idaho.

The Plateau Indians' most popular baskets were probably their coiled baskets which consisted of tightly sewn cylinder coils wrapped in flexible split cedar or spruce roots.
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A Plateau Sally bag
Item#: 1682
decorated with red and black horizontal bands Circa: 1890 Diameter: 8in Height: 11in
Category: Indian Baskets - Plateau
A Plateau corn husk bag
Item#: 1094
Each side decorated with geometric designs. Circa: 1910 Size: 21in x 14in
Category: Indian Baskets - Plateau
Plateau corn husk bag
Item#: 2076
by Mattie Circa: 1917 Length: 17in Width: 12in
Category: Indian Baskets - Plateau
Plateau rifle case
Item#: 5018-36
Circa: 1915 Length: 44in
Category: Indian Baskets - Plateau
Plateau corn husk bag with trees
Item#: 25484
Circa: 1920 Length: 16in Width: 10 1/2in
Category: Indian Baskets - Plateau
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