|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Provenience:||United States of America|
|Culture Area:||Northwest Coast Culture Area|
|Credit Line:||Purchased from Louis Shotridge, 1930|
Cylindrical basket with slightly expanding sides. Made of split roots of the spruce tree, fine weave, natural color. Decorated with two bands of straw false embroidery parallelograms in brown with one line of natural fiber woven toward one side, likely the "spawn of the stickleback" pattern. Designs bands are bordered at the top and bottom by a line of "strawberry basket," or checked, pattern in brown and natural colors. Natural Indian dyes.
Technical notes: twined, close twined, two-strand, three-strand, wrapped weft ("false embroidery"). 26 warps, 33 wefts per square inch. Bottom compact twine. Looks like single warp.
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