Traditional "Glove Box" woven over my antique great grandmother's wooden form. Materials are: hand split ash wood and braided sweetgrass. These boxes have been made historically in my tribe since the mid-1800's to hold women's gloves (1840's to 1900, Victorian times). This piece won the Best of Basketry Classification in the 2020 Santa Fe Indian Market!
12.00" h x 6.50" w x 4.00" d
Original piece is unavailable here.
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