Beautiful hand woven basket. Really nice Tohono O’odham baskets are more and more uncommon. The O’odham people, formerly known as the Papago, are a group of aboriginal Americans who reside primarily in the Sonoran Desert of the southwest United States and northwest Mexico. Tohono O’odham means, People of the Desert. Sometime in the 192ps to 1950s Irene Antone wove this great basket of yucca fiber, devil’s claw and willow. Irene’s workmanship and attention to detail place this vessel in the top 10% of O’odham baskets woven of these natural materials. Excellent condition for age. Its beautiful Symmetry, visual appeal and enduring quality make this basket extremely collectible. The item “TOHONO O’ODHAM 17x 4 SHALLOW BASKET With WRAPPED EDGE ANTIQUE MADE IN EARLY 1930″ is in sale since Tuesday, July 12, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\1800-1934\Baskets”. The seller is “sepseverus79″ and is located in Saint Augustine, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States, to Canada, to United Kingdom, DK, RO, SK, BG, CZ, FI, HU, LV, LT, MT, EE, to Australia, GR, PT, CY, SI, to Japan, to China, SE, KR, ID, to Taiwan, TH, to Belgium, to France, to Hong Kong, to Ireland, to Netherlands, PL, to Spain, to Italy, to Germany, to Austria, RU, IL, to Mexico, to New Zealand, SG, SA, UA, AE, QA, KW, BH, HR, MY, CL, CO, CR, PA, TT, GT, HN, JM.
- Tribal Affiliation: TOHONO O’ODHAM (Papago)
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Artisan: Irene Antone
- Origin: Southwest