These Set of Three Northwest Coast Hand Woven Indian Nootka Baskets are amazing example of skill and craftsmanship. These small, tightly hand woven Indian Baskets are truly amazing. These are made by the Nootka Indian tribe located in Washington State. The Indians of the Northwest Coast have a very beautiful and widely recognized artistic style. This set features three small baskets, each with lid, that fit inside of each other. They have been give a stylized lizard motif in four colors and are in perfect condition. Each of these unique hand made baskets was hand woven by a Nooka Indian artist. The largest Nootka basket is 3-3/4" inches in diameter and 2-1/2" inches tall. The medium size is 3" inches wide by 2" tall and the smallest basket is 2-3/8" wide by 1-1/2" tall. You will receive the exact Set of Three Northwest Coast Hand Woven Indian Nootka Baskets pictured.
These baskets were part of a large collection of unique Native American artwork sold to us recently by an old rancher and collector named Miller. He owned ranches in New Mexico and Kansas and obtained an amazing collection of Native American items as he traveled around the southwest. The Miller family has become good friends of ours over the years. When they moved to Scottsdale recently they had to let go of many items they could not keep any longer and we were happy to help them out.