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2 edition of Apache Indian coiled basketry. found in the catalog.

Apache Indian coiled basketry.

Denver Art Museum.

Apache Indian coiled basketry.

by Denver Art Museum.

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Published by The Museum in Denver,Colo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesIndian leaflet series -- laeflet no.64
ContributionsDenver Art Museum. Department of Indian Art.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14311078M

Representing American Indian arts and crafts since PLEASE NOTE: Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, The Indian Craft Shop is currently CLOSED. While Online orders can still be accepted, shipping will not take place until the Shop reopens. We appreciate your understanding through this time. - Explore Jan Milton's board "INDIAN BASKETS", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Indian baskets, Native american baskets, Basket weaving pins.

  Check the materials on handmade items. Pine needle bundles, gray willow branches, red cedar fibers, green-yellow sweet grass and sinew cord are common materials in authentic, undyed items. These items all produce thick, bold weaving patterns. Very thin fibers in coiled patterns indicate raffia or rice straw see in inauthentic items. Examine the. Analysis of the artistry of basketry of each of the three great Apache groups, the Western, Jicarilla, and the Mescalero, will point up outstanding tribal differences but few similarities. It is in this analysis that tribal individuality is expressed; it is here that Apache women said in their basket weaving, “This is Western Apache.

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