Hopi Wicker Plaque 3rd Mesa
Available here for your consideration is a Hopi wicker plaque/basket from 3rd Mesa. Hopi Native American Baskets are symbolic of Hopi Life past and present, religion, dances, corn harvest and rites of passage. This is a vibrant basket that would go well in most any basket collector's collection. Provenance - from the Blair family estate who owned the Red Mesa and Kayenta Trading Posts on the Navajo reservation dating back to the first half of the 1900s. MAKER: An unknown Hopi weaver. APPROX AGE: Vintage. SIZE: This item measures 13-3/4 inches across x 1 inch deep. CONDITION: Good for its age, normal wear and fading expected. Please look closely at the pictures as they are an important part of our description and are hereby incorporated into the description, specifically with regards to condition. HANDLING: There will be a $10 handling / packaging fee for shipping this lot. SHIPPING: The actual cost of postage will be added on top of the handling charges. BUY IT NOW: If you would like to buy this item now, without waiting for the auction day to bid on it, we do offer this option (which is available up to 48 hours before the actual auction starts). The “Buy it Now” price is the high estimate of this lot (plus applicable fees and the Buyer's premium you pay is discounted to only 10% when using the Buy it Now option). If you would like to exercise this option, you must contact us by email (or phone as long as you talk to someone live). Reference this lot number and your intention to "Buy it Now."