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Backpack Basket from the Ifugao people of Philippines ~ Mid 20th century ~ Woven Rattan, Bamboo; Wood

Backpack Basket from the Ifugao people of Philippines ~ Mid century ~ Woven Rattan, Bamboo;

cylindrical basket (left), 1921,  with vertical slats and a loop handle is accented by a row of insect stitches  ending in knots that resemble cicadas; signed by its maker, Chikuunsai I  (from Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.).

cylindrical basket (left), with vertical slats and a loop handle is accented by a row of insect stitches ending in knots that resemble cicadas; signed by its maker, Chikuunsai I (from Flying Cranes Antiques Ltd.

Pear-Shaped Ikebana Basket; signed Zenunsai.  Taisho/Showa Period www.flyingcranesantiques.com

Pear-Shaped Ikebana Basket; signed Zenunsai. Taisho/Showa Period www.flyingcranesantiques.com

Three bamboo ikebana baskets, clockwise from left:  A hexagonal bamboo bowl.  Waichisai signature. Diameter, 15". Meiji/Taisho Period.  Rear: A tall vase-form bamboo flower basket.  Chikuunsai II signature. Tomobako. Height, 20". Showa Period.    Front: A globular basket of lacquered bamboo.  . Chikuunsai II. With papers and tomobako. Height 14.5". Showa Period.

Three bamboo ikebana baskets, clockwise from left: A hexagonal bamboo bowl…

Basket by Kawano Shoko

Basketry, Kawano Shoko, Artist, Pure Elegance, madake bamboo and rattan 15 x 14 x in.

Willow bark basket by Jennifer Heller Zurick.

Willow bark basket by Jennifer Heller Zurick.Willow bark baskets by Jennifer Heller ZurickBasket.

Sold Price: $ 450				  			  						  								  			  				Lot DetailOak split "hen" basket, traces old white paint, scattered small breaks, some interior grime, 15 x 10 x 8-1/2"

Oak split "hen" basket, traces old white paint, scattered small breaks, some interior grime, 15 x 10 x

Elena Lamohina

Japanese Home Decorating With Bamboo Baskets - Bamboo baskets are ideal for any room and they really do help to add a touch of oriental feel to the home.

Sozen-style ikebana basket with bands of alternating weave. Chikuunsai I signature. Taisho Period.

Sozen-style ikebana basket with bands of alternating weave. Chikuunsai I signature.

Shono Shounsai (Japanese, 1904-1974): Basket, 1955-1965, madake bamboo (Phyllostachys bambusoides) and rattan; woven in yotsume (square plaiting) and gozame (matting) styles. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Shono Shounsai (Japanese, Basket, madake bamboo (Phyllostachys bambusoides) and rattan; woven in yotsume (square plaiting) and gozame (matting) styles. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Vase-form ikebana basket with squared base - Chikuunsai I signature

Vase-form Japanese ikebana basket with squared base - Chikuunsai I signature

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