Native American Basket-Papago/Tohono O’odham Traditional Handmade Basket - Faye Ventura
Native American Handmade Basket - Papago / Tohono O’odham Basket made from Beargrass, Devil's Claw and Soaptree Yucca. Woven basket is created with the traditional style split stitch.
The Tohono O'odham are natives of the Sonoran desert in southern Arizona and northern Mexico and are known for their excellent basket making skills. The Tohono O'odham are also known as the Papago.
Size: 5 1/2" tall, 5 1/2" wide
Artist: Faye Ventura
The craft of basketry is perhaps, more than any other, in danger of being lost among the Native Americans of the Southwest. Basketry is a demanding craft, requiring many days of work in gathering, preparing, and weaving, taking time that many feel they no longer have to spare.
Collector card included.
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