This is a very unique Agawen, Snail Gathering Basket from the Ifuago Tribal People of the Philippines.
This small basket container is woven out of rattan. Women would attach this to their belt with a tiny woven handle. For centuries, basketry formed an essential part of all aspects of daily life in this area, and the Ifugao are known for their craftsmanship in basketry. Baskets range in form and size. This lovely basket would be a wonderful addition to your home or collection.
A marvelous addition to your collection or to display in your home.
Shows age and use, overall in good condition.
6 1/4 Inches Tall
4 x 4 Wide Top
5 x 5 Wide at Bottom
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PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS A 30% RESTOCKING FEE ON RETURNS