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Eskimo Lidded Baskets
Special Collection:American Indian & Western Art
lot of 2, includes a finely woven basket with pink and purple stepped diamonds decorating body, height 5.5" x diameter 7.5"; AND a larger basket with bands of salmon skin decorations, height 7.5" x diameter 9".

Scattered loss of stitches on larger basket; some breaks in skin design.
Sold: $293.75
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