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Lot 0058
  • Item: Northwest Coast Salish Lidded Coiled Basket
  • Date/Period: late 19th/early 20th century
  • Materials: sea grass
  • Size: 5.75?W × 5.75?D × 5.25?H

    Beautifully proportioned and in very good condition, this is a very fine Northwest Coast Salish tightly coiled lidded basket from the late 19th or early 20th century. Salish weavers are well known for their coiled baskets, often decorated with geometric motifs as was this one. Made of sea grass, the basket's exterior is a variegated honey color with faded red medallion and red and blue striping. The interior of the lid and body reveals the stunning original, vividly colored pattern in red, blue, green and orange. An example of exquisite craft and an embodiment of care, time, labor, and keen attention to detail.

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  • Location: This item ships from Massachusetts

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  • Condition

    very good

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    Northwest Coast Salish Lidded Coiled Basket

    Estimate $200 - $250Nov 21, 2018
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    Ships from verified Jasper52 seller #71019 in Massachusetts
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    New York, NY, USA
    Auction Curated By:
    Clifford Wallach
    Tramp Art, Folk Art & Americana Expert