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Native American Hopi Made Trivet with Mudhead

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Native American Hopi Made Trivet with Mudhead

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Native American Hopi Made Trivet with Mudhead by Gloria Quanimptewa

Women on all three mesas make plaited sifter baskets. These baskets are made by plaiting yucca fibers, either natural or dyes, to achieve many designs. Many of the Hopi wickers, coils, and sifters are used for social or ceremonial purposes. This flat trivet with a wooden branch frame has a Mudhead woven into the yucca. Trivets are made to place hot items on or to serve tortillas.
Price: 
$35.00

Sku: Gloria Quanimptewa--1928
Dimensions: 7.5 in long x 6.75 in. wide