Saturday, April 12, 2008

Native American Indian Baskets From the Arctic

Baskets are a common art form among Native American Indian people but what is relatively unknown, even to avid collectors, is that some of the Inuit people from the Arctic north also make Native baskets. Sea lyme grass grows in areas located in Quebec Arctic and the Inuit people in this region uses this grass to weave excellent baskets.

See some examples of new Native Inuit Baskets that were just brought into the gallery.

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