|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Culture Area:||Northwest Coast Culture Area|
|Credit Line:||Alaska Ethnological Expedition, George Byron Gordon, 1905|
Cylindrical basket with an inverted bottom. Rows of compact twining below the rim. Repairs made on bottom are sewn with plant fiber and thread. Two handles made from twisted animal hide are attached at the rim on opposite sides. Previously folded.
Technical notes: 15 warps and 12 rows per square inch, twined (close twined, two-strand, three-strand, in-between with plain).
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