Southwestern Basket Papago Style
This handwoven Early Southwestern Style Basket stands 7.25″ tall. The basket maker made it in the Papago style with coils of grass, yucca and devils claw. The flat round base is very sturdy.
Papago weavers, also known as Tohono O’odham made this style basket to appeal to tourists traveling in the Southwest in the early 1900s. This Basket measures 8″ in diameter on the bottom and stands 7.25″ tall. It is in good condition with a few broken splints on the bottom rim. Use it for decorative storage or add it to your Basket collection! One of a Kind!
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