Navajo Bull Too Basket - Elsie Holiday (#402)

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Navajo Bull Too Basket - Elsie Holiday (#402)

Signature of Navajo Basket Weaver Elsie Holiday

 $3,250.00

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Navajo Basket
16" x 18" x 2 1/2" deep
Rounds: 26

No bull, this “Bull Too” basket by Elsie Holiday is a wonderment. Abstract in terms of design and color, this weaving stands as a testament to Elsie’s amazing talent. Hallelujah brother, we believe she is the very best!

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About the artist:

Navajo Basket Weaver Elsie Holiday

Considered one of the best Navajo basket weavers, Elsie Stone Holiday married into the famed Douglas Mesa family of weavers. Weaving baskets has become almost an addiction for her. "When I go two or three days without weaving I get anxious to get started again," she says. She weaves 12 hours a day, 5 days a week. "Sometimes I think, 'How long can this last?'", she wistfully states, but for now she is content with her art, finding immense satisfaction in creating premier quality baskets.

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Property
Among the explanatory elements already cited, two concern property or material possessions the prescription of the marriage payment and the belief that earth people would quarrel over sandpaintings. The possession of property is used as a standard of comparison in a reference to Apache aliens; The fact that Navajo runners win valuables from them is given as the reason why the Navajo have ever since been richer than their neighbors. These references indicate the importance attributed to the possession of property, particularly as it is useful for sexual and ritual purposes? More about this legend

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