Basketry

• (n.) The art of making baskets; also, baskets, taken collectively.
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basketry

noun the craft of basket making
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Basketry

Bas'ket·ry noun The art of making baskets; also, baskets, taken collectively.
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basketry

Ancient craft (Mesolithic-Neolithic) used to make a wide range of objects (from baskets to furniture) by interweaving or braiding rushes, cane, or other equally strong and supple natural fibres....
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basketry

Ancient craft (Mesolithic–Neolithic) used to make a wide range of objects (from baskets to furniture) by interweaving or braiding rushes, cane, or other equally strong and supple natural fibres. Wickerwork is a more rigid type of basketry worked onto a sturdy frame, usually made from strips of willow
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basketry

art and craft of making interwoven objects, usually containers, from flexible vegetable fibres, such as twigs, grasses, osiers, bamboo, and rushes, ... [12 related articles]
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basketry

basketry, art of weaving or coiling and sewing flexible materials to form vessels or other commodities. The materials used include twigs, roots, strips of hide, splints, osier willows, bamboo splits, cane or rattan, raffia, grasses, straw, and crepe paper. Discoveries in the W United States indicate...
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basketry

[n] - the craft of basket making
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