4" by 7", Handcrafted, birchbark and porcupine quills. The Northwest Territories is home to many artisans that have been hand crafting birchbark for generations. Once used for storing food, birchbark is now used to create one of a kind pieces of art.
Baskets are still stitched together in the traditional way with spruce root and a tie of moose hide. These traditional containers are justly famous for their restrained beauty and precision of craft. Baskets come in various sizes, for various purposes. Every part is made by hand from natural materials gathered in the forest.