This sculpture measures 22.5" x 11" x 10" and includes a 3" stand. Acquired from a private collection in California. "The burden basket was an essential to the early Nomadic Apaches as it is for the modern day Western Apache. Apache are known for their superior workmanship and artistic expression in basketry. Originally these baskets served the dual purpose of carrying goods and as an integral part of certain ceremonial activities, hence, the name harvest basket. This young woman pauses after a long day of gathering." - Susan Kliewer. Maquette sculpture used for "Navajo Autumn," seventh in series, for Navajo Monumental Village commission for Na 'Aina Kai Botanical Gardens in Hawaii. The owner has authorized us to lower the price to $3,600. This bronze is valued at $4,300. This is a wonderful collector's opportunity.