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  • Craft Category: basketry (and)
  • All fields: double weave
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    • Basket: white oak, purse

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Welch, Carol
    • This undated Indian Arts and Crafts Board photograph is of a white oak purse basket by Carol Welch. The basket has white oak drop handles and is woven in the Stairway to Heaven design, a design more common to rivercane basketry. Carol Smith Welch...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basketry by Helen Smith

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board;
    • This four-page brochure was made to accompany a 1973 exhibition of basketry by Helen Smith. In an unbroken chain of tradition, Smith’s baskets are positioned between those of her mother, Eva Calhoun Bradley, and those made by her daughter, Carol...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    •  Basket: rivercane, lidded

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Stamper, Lottie Queen, 1907-1987;
    • This lidded doubleweave rivercane basket was made by Lottie Queen Stamper (1907-1987) and photographed by the Indian Arts and Crafts Board. The basket is modeled after an 18th century Cherokee basket in the collection of the British Museum. In...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: maple, tray

    • Smith, Helen Bradley, 1922-2007
    • This double woven maple tray was made by Helen Bradley Smith (1922-2007). The pattern, made from bloodroot or yellowroot dyes, is an example of the Flowing Water (or Flowing River) design shown on the interior of the tray as two intersecting...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: rivercane, lidded

    • Bradley, Rowena, 1922-2003
    • This double weave lidded basket was made by Rowena Bradley, a third generation Cherokee basket weaver. Lidded baskets such as these were used to store foodstuffs and household goods. The double weave makes for a tight basket; some double weave...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Baskets: display

    • unknown; Welch, Carol
    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer depicts an outdoor display of baskets by Carol Welch. The display was photographed for the exhibition “Baskets of the Woods”, which was held in the fall of 1977. The exhibitions were held at...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: white oak, purse

    • unknown; Welch, Carol
    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer depicts a white oak purse basket made by Carol Welch utilizing techniques and patterns usually associated with rivercane. Carol Smith Welch was the daughter of Helen Bradley Smith, an accomplished...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: white oak, storage

    • unknown; Welch, Carol
    • This undated photograph by an unknown photographer depicts a white oak storage basket made by Carol Welch utilizing techniques and patterns usually associated with rivercane. The basket's pattern is called the Chief’s Daughter. Carol Smith...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: white oak, purse

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Welch, Carol
    • This undated Indian Arts and Crafts Board photograph depicts white oak purse baskets that were made by Carol Welch utilizing techniques and patterns usually associated with rivercane. The pattern is called the Chief’s Heart. Carol Smith Welch...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: white oak, storage

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Welch, Carol
    • This undated Indian Arts and Crafts Board photograph is of a white oak storage basket made by Carol Welch, utilizing techniques and patterns usually associated with rivercane. Its pattern is the Chief’s Daughter. Carol Smith Welch was the...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: rivercane, storage

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Welch, Carol
    • This undated Indian Arts and Crafts Board photograph is of a rivercane basket by Carol Welch. Dyed with butternut root, a plant that produces a deep brown to black, the basket pattern is called Mountain Peaks. Carol Smith Welch was the daughter...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: rivercane

    • unknown; Welch, Carol;
    • This display photograph is of a rivercane basket woven in a Peace Pipe design by Cherokee basket weaver Carol Welch. Carol Smith Welch was the daughter of Helen Bradley Smith, who was also an accomplished Cherokee basket weaver. Welch's aunt, Eva...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: white oak, planter

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Welch, Carol;
    • This undated photograph was made by the Indian Arts and Crafts Board and shows a white oak planter basket that was made by Carol Welch. This basket utilizes techniques and patterns usually associated with rivercane, and the pattern is called the...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Baskets: white oak, purse

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Welch, Carol;
    • This undated photograph was made by the Indian Arts and Crafts Board and shows white oak purse baskets that were made by Carol Welch. These baskets utilize techniques and patterns usually associated with rivercane. The patterns are, left to right,...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: rivercane, storage

    • United States. Indian Arts and Crafts Board; Welch, Carol;
    • This undated Indian Arts and Crafts Board photograph is of a rivercane basket by Carol Welch. Dyed with butternut root, a plant that produces a deep brown to black, the basket pattern is Mountain Peaks. Carol Smith Welch was the daughter of Helen...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: rivercane, tray

    • unknown
    • Although its maker is not known, the form, material, technique, and pattern are typical of Cherokee basketry. Traditionally, trays such as these were used to hold foodstuffs and household goods. To make this tray, the basket weaver used a complex...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: rivercane, double woven tray

    • Bradley, Rowena, 1922-2003;
    • This rivercane tray was woven by Rowena Bradley in the double weave technique, making a tight basket. Double weave baskets are sometimes waterproof. Trays such as these were used to store dried foodstuffs or small possessions. The rivercane...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: rivercane, lidded

    • Stamper, Lottie Queen, 1907-1987;
    • This undated basket by Lottie Queen Stamper is listed separately from its lid in the Qualla Arts and Crafts Artifact Collection inventory - the lid identifier is QACM_1992_048. Stamper is one of Cherokee's best-known basket weavers. Lidded baskets...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: rivercane, tray

    • unknown
    • While it is not known who made this undated basket, it is a fine example of a traditional rivercane double weave typical of Eastern Band Cherokee. Lidded baskets such as these were used to store foodstuffs and household goods. The double weave...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;
    • Basket: rivercane, storage

    • Wolfe, Eva Queen, 1922-2004
    • This double weave storage basket was made by Eva Wolfe, a Cherokee basket weaver who received national honors later in her life. Storage baskets such as these were used to store foodstuffs and household goods. The double weave makes for a tight...
    • Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual;

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