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TUTSI BASKET

Coil-sewn baskets (agaseki) with conical lids were made by Tutsi women of the aristocracy. The fine coil sewing and the precisely worked-out spiral patterns, many of which have names, were time-consuming and called for exact calculations in the stitc

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Amyas Naegele

347 West 36th Street 2nd Floor, Room 202
New York, NY
United States 10018
Tel.: 212.465.0524 
 
 

8 in (W) x 12 in (L) x 4 in (H)

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 a private gallery in New York City specializing in African art. Amyas Naegele, the proprietor, fabricates custom mounts for three-dimensional objects of all kinds, restores ethnographic art, and offers traditional African objects for sale.

 
 

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