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For the Karuk, the plant fibers used in baskets were once spirit beings who invented human customs, including language and ceremonies. Elizabeth Hickox, who created the smaller baskets, is a renowned Karuk weaver who made California’s finest twined baskets; her work remains a standard for collectors and Native artists. Her daughter Louise, maker of the large basket, became a distinguished weaver in her own right.
diameter 4.75 in ; height 4.75 in ; width 3.75 in