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Coiled grass basket in the form of a tea kettle

Coiled grass basket in the form of a tea kettle with knobbed lid, spout and bail handle attached to ears placed on either side of the lid opening in line with the spout. The ears, spout and handle are stitched in place. There is no decoration. Id Locn: 12 (pencil, glued oval tag). Description: grass; coiled; sewn. Dimensions: H: 6 in. Alaska State Museums - Sheldon Jackson Museum - Sitka.

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