Basket Antique Pima Tray Higher Sides
This Antique Pima Tray adds a warm decorator touch to your home! This Basket comes from the early 20th Century. It features a broken geometric design.
The Pima Indians live in Arizona. They create Baskets with coiled bundles of grass or fibers. They weave these closely together with willow shoots (natural “white”) and devil’s claw (black) fibers. They generally start their Baskets with a black center.
The Basket measures 13″ in diameter at the top. The bottom measures approximately 8″ in diameter. The Basket stands just about 3″ high. It remains in very good condition with no breaks in the fibers.
One of a Kind!
Read the Denver Art Museum Leaflet Pima Indian Close Coiled Basketry.
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