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A Large Mono Lake Paiute Beaded Olla-shaped Basket
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Item#: 2073
The exterior is fully covered with beadwork depicting eagles, stars and geometric design in various forms and well as on the base of the olla. Weaver: Sally Jackson Circa: 1920 Diameter: 9 1/2in Height: 8in
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Indian Baskets - Mono-Miwok-Paiute|Other Collectables - Beadwork
A Very Fine Beaded Mono Paiute basket
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Item#: 2076
This very nice Mono Lake Paiute beaded basket of a degikup form is decorated with butterflies and flowering plants. Th bottom has a six-pointed star design. Woven by Nellie Charlie Circa 1920 diameter: 7 3/4in Height: 5in
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Indian Baskets - Mono-Miwok-Paiute|Other Collectables - Beadwork
A Large Yokuts Masterpiece
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Item#: 2089
This large Yokuts friendship olla basket is decorated in polychrome with 53 figures holding hands in the Friendship Dance. The basket also has three rattlesnake bands going around the sides and top. the rim has ticking. Woven by Mary Dick Topino (know as Mrs. Britches) 1868-1923. Circa: 1910 Diameter: 12 1/2in Height: 6 1/2in
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Indian Baskets - Yokuts
A beautiful large Chumash polychrome tray
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Item#: 2041
This polychrome Chumash tray is woven with a beautiful and classical design with a spiral and a ring of triangles over a background of gold juncus color. Chumash baskets are rare and valuable. Circa: 1820-1850 Diameter: 17in Height: 3 1/2in
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Indian Baskets - Chumash
A Rare Chumash polychrome olla gift basket
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Item#: 2036
This rare Chumash polychrome olla gift basket has a rounded shoulder and is woven with a gold juncus background covered with a net design. The rim has six woven accent decorations. Circa 1875 Diameter: 7in Height:6in
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Indian Baskets - Chumash
A Rare Panamint Baby cradle basket
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Item#: 99-3
This Rare Panamint cradle was woven by Mamie Joaquin Button c.1943. It is fashioned from a symmetrically branched sapling which extends to a sharp point beyond the cradle base so that it can be inserted into the ground, holding the baby upright off the ground while the mother works. The main structure is held together using sinew lashings. The sun bonnet has red and blue yarn woven in and at each end is a dangle of beads and seeds. An old leather strap for carrying is attached. From the Eva Slater Collection. Circa: 1943 Length: 50in.
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Indian Baskets - Panamint
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