This is one of two great early California baskets we're currently offering from the Pomo, Mono , Yokuts, Pit River and a Wintun tribes. This offering is for a very fine stunning old Californian Pit River tribe Indian basket dating from the early 1900's. The basket is woven from willow shoots, split sedge root and dyed maiden hair fern to produce the striking design patterns that encircle the periphery.The design is a rare negative design featuring linked diamond and triangle forms in "v" pattern. These are the kind of old traditionally used Ethnographic intact specimens that I really love. The basket has a max diameter of 8 "and stands 7 1/2" tall, some minor wear (please see photos) as expected with great age and use, one horizontal approx 2 split noted otherwise complete and visually stunning. T his is an excellent stunning finely woven masterpiece. This stunning complex museum quality basket displays very well and will make a fine addition to anyone's collection.
Please check out other current offerings including a great Tlingit, Haida argillite and Kwakiutl totem poles and some great early Inuit carvings. More than just a pretty picture. FREE scheduling, supersized images and templates. Over 100,000,000 served. Get FREE counters from Vendio today!
The item "VERY FINE LARGE OLD NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PIT RIVER INDIAN BURDEN BASKET c1900 #2" is in sale since Friday, November 18, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Baskets". The seller is "richmojoe" and is located in Northwest Coast.This item can be shipped worldwide.