Native American Baskets
Does your home or Native American collection need authentic Native American basketry? Kachina House has beautiful baskets to complete your Native American collection. We are the largest distributor of Native American crafts in Arizona. Among the items we offer for sale are Hopi burden baskets, Apache burden baskets, Chippewa baskets, art, pottery, jewelry, weapons, coil plaques, artifacts and Zuni fetishes.
Basket-weaving is one of the oldest known Native American crafts. As with most Native American art, there were originally multiple distinct basketry traditions in North America. Different tribes used different materials, weaving techniques, basket shapes, and characteristic designs. Northeastern Indian baskets, for example, are traditionally made from pounded ash splints or braided sweetgrass. Southeastern Indians (Cherokee) traditionally make baskets from bundled pine needles or rivercane wicker. Southwestern Indians (Hopi and Navajo) make baskets from tightly coiled sumac or willow, and Northwest Coast Indians typically weave with cedar bark, swamp grass, and spruce root. Northern Indians (Chippewa and Inuit) craft birchbark baskets, and even whale baleen baskets.
Based in Sedona, Arizona, we have a large selection of Native American arts and crafts. Our showroom/warehouse in Sedona, Arizona has thousands of items on display. Our prices are competitive and our selection is unmatched. We’re confident you won’t find another store with the large selection of Native American baskets and products that Kachina House offers. If you have any questions about Kachina House or any of our products please contact us. We are only a click or call away toll free at 866-587-0547. We love to hear from our customers!