Rare, 29 Palms Chemehuevi basket from the Southern California desert. Human figures, (14) men and women. Some of the figures having blue glass eyes. The number "4" is women into the basket, possibly indicating it was woven in 1904. The provenance of this basket is from Rancho La Loma in Riverside County from the Albert Pico Family. Descendant of one of California's most important, early Spanish families.
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7.25 in.Hx13 in.Wx9 in.D
18 cmHx33 cmWx23 cmD
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