Tlynnie1942

Los Angeles, Cali

I have collected Native American basketry for many years now. I love everything about them, the differences in the weaves from tribe to tribe. The heart and soul tI have collected Native American basketry for many years now. I love everything about them, the differences in the weaves from tribe to tribe. The heart and soul that the artist puts into each and every basket they make, I am constantly amazed at how they are able to do what they do. I hope that others can look at my pictures and see what I see in them. Enjoy the pics :) I only give permission to Collector's Weekly to use my photos per the terms agreement. I give no permission to anyone to profit from my photos of anything here from my private collection. If you see some you like, I do not have any problems if you pin them on Pinterest. I am not unreasonable about copying my photos, but I give NO permission to anyone to make money off of any of my pictures here. If you have a basket that you want help identifying, my email is I.Iz.Vaping.Now@Gmail.com. I am more proficient in Pacific Northwest Coast baskets and Northeast (Maine, Ohio) because that is what I collect mostly. But you can find the basket in California and the basket still might be from Maine :) If I do not know where your basket came from, I know places to do research and if after that I still do not know, I will tell you that. I am disabled and have tons of time to research to my hearts content :) Thanks, Tlynnie1942 (Read more)

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Passamaquoddy Native American Basket, 1890-1925 - Native Americanin Native American

Comments

  1. PostCardCollector, I am going into my second sleepless night, 1:30AM and still up. I am starting to see shadow people in my peripheral vision LOL. I have had horrible insomnia since I was a teenager...
  2. Addition, 1% Apache? I have such insomnia and I have not been able to sleep at all. My mind is kinda out there today.....LOL
  3. I do not know if this user still checks back here or not, but I wanted to give an ansewer to the question they had about this beautiful basket. I am 99% sure now that this basket is a Washoe Degikup ...
  4. I am sorry, I just got your message on one of my baskets about this piece. Jewelry is not my area of expertise at all, I only have a couple pieces in my collection. I have never seen anything like th...
  5. You are very welcome :) I will keep an eye out for more pics, this is a very nice example of Apache basket making even if it is not made before the second world war.
  6. Wow, what a great piece of art :)
  7. I just saw that I forgot to put up what age I think this basket it...sorry. I have been ferrying my mother back and forth to the hospital and assisted living facillity, my grandmother had a stroke an...
  8. Thanks, olebodie and ho2culcha! I know the basket is really well made, the rod used for this is very sturdy and the basket itself is very strong. I am hoping I can get which tribe made this basket,...
  9. This basket was made by Hooper Bay Yupik tribes, in the Pacific Northwest Coast. It is made of beach or rye grasses, and tissue paper is now used to make the colors. They just drop a sheet or two int...
  10. This is a basket bowl, made by a member of the Apache Tribe. The Apache came from western Arizona to eastern Texas, and also from northern Colorada and Mexico in the south. This was made with rods f...
  11. This is a basket made by the Tohono O'odham Native American tribe. The weave is done with a coil of Bear Grass, sewn with the Yucca plant, and the black design is made with a mash from the seed pods ...
  12. Thanks ho2cultcha :) My mom gets a good number of my finds too LOL. Every new basket I get, I have to take it to her and the first thing she does is put her face right into them, to get that great...
  13. Thank you guys, for the love :) And yes, racer4four, the glaze is great on this little jar. In the light, it looks like copper in places. Really cool :) And melaniej, thanks for that info. I was ...
  14. Thank you so much to the people who have shown a "love" for my basket here!
  15. Thank you very much for the "love" you have shown for this item :)
  16. Thank you so much, Nicefice! I am sorry I did not answer sooner to your very nice comment to me here, I really do appreciate it very much when someone leaves a comment about my collection :)
  17. Sorry to tell you Ho2cultcha, but this is Penobscot :) I have a few string baskets, two are large like this one but one is skinnier and taller than the other one. I also have mini string baskets i...
  18. Thank you to Sean68 and brunswick :)
  19. You are very welcome, Lambertkh! This is my favorite subject to talk about :)
  20. This basket was made by a member of the Tohono O'odham Native American Tribe. They reside in the Southwest, Central Arizona, and othe places in California. They make these baskets using White Yucca ...
  21. Can every one see the pictures online, or do you have to have a subscription to see the paper?
  22. Really? See Ho2cultcha I waver just a bit off my usual and I get it wrong right out of the gate. I knew it was not Penobscot or Passamaquoddy. I knew it was not Abenaki or Maliseet. I will go with ...
  23. WOW. Just wow!
  24. My mom would LOVE this, her Daschund is named Puddles. Every time Puddles get excited....she piddles and makes a puddle :)
  25. I love this! It is ironic that smoking kills and this ashtray has skulls around it....yep
  26. Thank you to Aura, fortapache, niceface and vetraio50 for the "Loves" for my basket. I do appreciate it :)
  27. Yes, please edit and put more pictures in of this wonderful basket. I for one would LOVE to see more, this basket is beautiful and if I could add another 20 "LOVEs" I certianly would :)
  28. See, I should have waited for Canyon Road to give an opinion...after looking at the picture of the basket at the website CR gave here, I would say Yep it is Yokuts :)
  29. My grandmother on my dads side had a whole collection of this and two of what you have here. We kids would have been killed outright if we went anywhere NEAR her curio cabinets (I have one of her cab...
  30. I LUV that!! I wants them pleezeeeee
  31. "I do not use books to check this stuff"... I had to laugh at myself because a librarian is going to see that and it was too late to take back what I said. I LOVE BOOKS, have since I was a child....
  32. It could be Yokut, they used the same colors as the Washoe and Paiute tribes alot. If that is what you are seeing in your research then I defer to that. I do not use any books to check this stuff,...
  33. As to date, early 1900's. This is a wonderul example of Native American art, I have over a hundred crammed into curio cabinets and everywhere else LOL. It is hard to stop collecting when there ...
  34. I think Washoe or Paiute
  35. Thank U :)
  36. I think this was made by a member of the Quinalt Nation. They are from Pacific Northwest, which makes sense because that is where you say your family is from. The Quinalt are a Southwestern Coast S...
  37. WOW these are Beautiful!! I have a couple of these Tlingit baskets and they are made so intricately and look so amazing. I love your baskets, thanks for putting them up :)
  38. Hello, This is a very nice basket and the colors are still strong on both sides. But I do not recognize this as a Native American basket. Maybe Indonesia or China? I am not sure about that really....
  39. Sorry I did not reply before now, I had taken a kind of "vacation" from computers. Actually, I got a pressie in the form of a new life, a Maine Coon kitten I named Beauregard. His name in french mean...
  40. Thank you, olebodie for your wonderful comment. It is amazing that these baskets can stand the test of time, whether it be in a musty and humid attic or basement or a cave in Nevada that was untouche...
  41. Love the Bee, just a bit more than the others... :)
  42. Oooohhhh, this is cool!
  43. Really nice! :)
  44. This is really nice! I wish I could tell you who the artist is on your work of art. I have a couple works myself that I just cannot read the signature, and it drives me buggy!
  45. Wow, This is wonderful!
  46. For the people who loved this basket, a big Thank You!
  47. A big Thank You to everyone who loved my new treasure, it is appreciated very much :)
  48. WOW. Yes this is Native American, it was made by a member of either the Hupa or Karok tribes. They reside in Northern California and have weaving styles that are similar, but the items used can be d...
  49. Oh, and I forgot to tell you..when you find the copy that I am telling you about, check out the price when changed from Uk currency into American currency :) :)
  50. I checked for your book and found it on Abes Books. I put in a search for English Country life book by Thomas Miller and it came right up. scroll past the first two listings, they are print by deman...
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