rectangular lidded woven box; cover has light tone at center with two rows of purple stripes bordering wide variegated green-brown stripes at each end; box sides have central tan and brown stripe, flanked by variegated green-brown stripes and thin purple stripes; bottom of box has light tone; loose certification tag with artist's signature inside box

© 2013 Theresa Secord

Glove Box, 2013

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Penobscot baskets are known for their fine and elegant weave and their subtle colors. Using berry-dyed black ash, sweetgrass, and split cedar bark, Theresa Secord's carefully created Glove Box is an excellent example of basketry from the northeastern region of the United States.

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Title
Glove Box
Role
Artist
Accession Number
2013.10a,b
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rectangular lidded woven box; cover has light tone at center with two rows of purple stripes bordering wide variegated green-brown stripes at each end; box sides have central tan and brown stripe, flanked by variegated green-brown stripes and thin purple stripes; bottom of box has light tone; loose certification tag with artist's signature inside box

© 2013 Theresa Secord

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