Creation Date1931 – 1955
15.240 cm. H Item (Overall)
35.560 cm. Diameter
The small opening is 5.5" in diameter.
DescriptionThis triangular shaped basket with the small base, open bottom, was used as a grist mill to pound nuts from their shells or to grind grain. It is made of cedar root, willow and grass, with a geometric and line design on the outside. It was made by the Mrs. Shoemaker, a Hoopa Indian, and used for many years by Amy Stone's daughter.
This basket has 10 rows and 8 stitches per inch.
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