Tohono O'odham

Group of 5 - Tohono O'odham Baskets c. 1970-80s, Collector's Opportunity (SK90431A-1120-003)

$565.00
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SK90431A-1120-003

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  • Circa: 1970-80s

Collector's opportunity, perfect for decorating. The largest basket is 11" x 16.5", and the smallest one is 6.75" x 7.75". This baskets are in fair condition. Each one has significant stitch loss, some surface wear, and areas with breakage. Acquired from a private collection in California. The owner inherited these from his mother, who was a resident of Tucson, Arizona for sixty years. She was a business woman, and worked as a dry cleaner for celebrities. She also collected Southwestern arts and antiques, and had lived to be over 100 years old. The owner's mother collected these baskets between the 1970-80s, where they were likely used as waste baskets for rooms at the Arizona Inn.

Group of 5 - Tohono O'odham Baskets c. 1970-80s (SK90431A-1120-003)
Group of 5 - Tohono O'odham Baskets c. 1970-80s (SK90431A-1120-003) 1
Group of 5 - Tohono O'odham Baskets c. 1970-80s (SK90431A-1120-003) 2
Group of 5 - Tohono O'odham Baskets c. 1970-80s (SK90431A-1120-003) 3
Group of 5 - Tohono O'odham Baskets c. 1970-80s (SK90431A-1120-003) 4
Group of 5 - Tohono O'odham Baskets c. 1970-80s (SK90431A-1120-003) 5
Group of 5 - Tohono O'odham Baskets c. 1970-80s (SK90431A-1120-003) 6
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Group of 5 - Tohono O'odham Baskets c. 1970-80s (SK90431A-1120-003) 10
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Group of 5 - Tohono O'odham Baskets c. 1970-80s (SK90431A-1120-003)
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