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Tasmanian Aboriginal traditional twined basket, White Iris

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Traditional aboriginal tasmanian basket by Collen Mundy.

Tayenebe, Tasmanian Aboriginal women's fibre work Exhibition - Google Search

Tayenebe, Tasmanian Aboriginal women's fibre work Exhibition - Google Search

Basket - Wilma Walker

Aboriginal tribal rainforest basket woven by Wilma Walker at Mossman Gorge north Queensland

John Cowan's traditional baskets are handmade by John using environmentally-friendly Scottish and English-grown willow. John reproduces old basket designs that were once commonplace in agriculture and the fishing industry, but now can be used domestically as sturdy log baskets or attractive storage baskets. Besides making traditional basket designs, John welcomes commissions of made-to-measure pieces.

John Cowan Scottish Baskets - Hand made traditional willow baskets - Crafting Practice

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Valentina Hoyos, Colombia works with traditional crafters to produce beautiful ecological and ethical home designs wicker

Tayenbe series by Tasmanian Artist Zoe Rimmer Open weave basket, 2008   larapuna (Eddystone Point)   white flag iris (Diplarrena moraea)  ‘Each basket connects you in some way to people, places and culture. They tell a story about our Country and cultural resources, our Ancestors and cultural practices and how we as a Community have continued or reconnected these links.’

Tayenbe series by Tasmanian Artist Zoe Rimmer Open weave basket, 2008 larapuna (Eddystone Point) white flag iris (Diplarrena moraea) ‘Each basket connects you in some way to people, places and culture. They tell a story about our Country and cultural resources, our Ancestors and cultural practices and how we as a Community have continued or reconnected these links.’

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