Lot 69    

Yokuts Figural Bottleneck Basket
2010, American Indian & Western Art, March 26
Finely woven with rattlesnake design and two rings of 13 and 15 men joining hands, redbud fills bodies and centers of diamonds, height 6.25 in. x diameter 9.75 in.
ca 1900


Condition:  
Couple missing stitches along rim; couple small dots of white paint.
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