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The wonderful World of baskets

The wonderful World of baskets

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willow pod

Telephone wire art.

Mahatsara - Déco

Scottish Yarn Basket by BasketsByJim on Etsy, $100.00

Scottish Yarn Basket

Adirondack Waxed Linen Baskets :: Adirondack Basketry

Gorgeous use of color and pattern.

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Joe Hogan Basket Maker – Traditional Irish Willow Baskets - One of my all time favourite makers.

1950s Footed Sewing Basket

Monta Blue Heron

Acorn basket with cedar cover by Jeremy Frey, Passamaquoddy

Native American Baskets by Jeremy Frey at Home & Away Gallery

The mukenge baskets were made in Western Zambia by the Mbunda - Luvale and Luchazi people living in and around the Barotse Plane. They are made from the root of the mukenge tree. The root is dug up, carved to a desired sized, then soaked for weeks to make it pliable. Building a basket from what is essentially hard wood adds to the longevity of these objects.

African Baskets - Zulu Baskets – Beaded African Basketry

Antique Shaker sewing work basket, two boats - Shaker fancy goods.

Weaving palm fronds

Palm frond sculptures

Basket weaving - I want to try this!

Vintage Wicker Wall Basket Hanging Door Basket by SmakBoutique

Vintage Wicker Wall Basket Hanging Door Basket Door Hanger

Giuliano Mauri

Antler Basketry - Back in Black Series II

nantucket baskets

Bev Nagy ::: Gallery

The Hancock Shaker Village contains the largest and most representative collection of artifacts available to the public at an original Shaker site. Its furniture, tools and equipment, household objects, textiles and other objects reflect the significant role of Shaker people in American social, religious and economic life. Approximately 125 of these objects are on display in the Davenport Museum of Art Main Gallery. (left: wooden basket forms)

Woven Baskets | African Products from Swahili Modern

Swahili Modern - Fair Trade, African Imports and Baskets

Lois Russell's amazing woven basket

Lois Russell Portfolios

Tina Puckett

Free-standing woven sculptures by master basket weaver Tina Puckett - page 2 of 5