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    Jeremy Frey Yellow Point Basket
    Jeremy Frey Yellow Point Basket

    Jeremy Frey Yellow Point Basket

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    Jeremy Frey Yellow Point Basket

    Jeremy Frey is one of the top basket makers in the country, having won Best of Show awards at the Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market as well as Santa Fe Indian Market. He is a member of the Passamaquoddy tribe of Maine, one of the four tribes of the Wabanaki Alliance.

    Read about the artist here.

    An expertly woven point baskets in colors not usually associated with Jeremy Frey: yellow and black. Striking!

    Size: 6 1/4 in. diameter; 6 1/2″ high, including finial.

    Materials: brown ash, sweetgrass, dyes.

    $1,600.00
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    Jeremy Frey fine weave basket
    Jeremy Frey fine weave basket

    Jeremy Frey Fine Weave Basket

    Jeremy Frey Fine Weave Basket

    Jeremy Frey is one of the top basket makers in the country, having won Best of Show awards at the Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market as well as Santa Fe Indian Market. He is a member of the Passamaquoddy tribe of Maine, one of the four tribes of the Wabanaki Alliance.

    Read about the artist here.

    From a private collection, we offer a fine weave basket from 2008. Jeremy Frey pioneered the use of thin splints to create a tight weave, solid basket. The natural color ash makes for a pristine look.

    Materials: brown ash, sweetgrass.

    $600.00
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    Jeremy Frey Turquoise Urchin Basket Medium
    Jeremy Frey Turquoise Urchin Basket Medium

    Jeremy Frey Turquoise Urchin Basket Medium

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    Jeremy Frey Urchin Basket Medium

    Jeremy Frey is one of the top basket makers in the country, having won Best of Show awards at the Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market as well as Santa Fe Indian Market. He is a member of the Passamaquoddy tribe of Maine, one of the four tribes of the Wabanaki Alliance.

    Read about the artist here.

    The turquoise and black dyes contrast beautifully with the natural colored ash and sweetgrass. Note how the points grow smaller as the basket crests and approaches the cover.

    Size: 5 1/2″ diameter; 3 1/2″ high, including finial.

    Materials: brown ash, sweetgrass, dyes.

    $1,200.00
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    Jeremy Frey urchin basket

    Jeremy Frey Urchin Basket Medium

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    Jeremy Frey Urchin Basket Medium

    Jeremy Frey is one of the top basket makers in the country, having won Best of Show awards at the Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market as well as Santa Fe Indian Market. He is a member of the Passamaquoddy tribe of Maine, one of the four tribes of the Wabanaki Alliance.

    Read about the artist here.

    The green and black dyes contrast beautifully with the natural colored ash and sweetgrass. Note how the points grow smaller as the basket crests and approaches the cover.

    Size: 5 1/2″ diameter; 4″ high, including finial.

    Materials: brown ash, sweetgrass, dyes.

    $1,200.00
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    Jeremy Frey flat fine-weave basket - large

    Jeremy Frey Flat Fine-weave Basket – large

    Jeremy Frey flat fine-weave basket – large

    Jeremy Frey is one of the top basket makers in the country, having won Best of Show awards at the Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market as well as Santa Fe Indian Market. He is a member of the Passamaquoddy tribe of Maine, one of the four tribes of the Wabanaki Alliance.

    Read about the artist here.

    This handsome flat basket has alternating stripes of black and natural colored ash. Sweetgrass borders the edge of the basket as well as the cover. This version has a ring of sweetgrass surrounding the finial as well.

    Size: 4 3/4″ diameter; 2 1/2″ high, including finial.

    Materials: brown ash, sweetgrass, dyes.

    $550.00
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    Jeremy Frey flat fine-weave basket

    Jeremy Frey Flat Fine-weave Basket

    Jeremy Frey flat fine-weave basket.

    Jeremy Frey is one of the top basket makers in the country, having won Best of Show awards at the Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market as well as Santa Fe Indian Market. He is a member of the Passamaquoddy tribe of Maine, one of the four tribes of the Wabanaki Alliance.

    Read about the artist here.

    This handsome flat basket has alternating stripes of black and natural colored ash. Sweetgrass borders the edge of the basket as well as the cover.

    Size: 4″ diameter; 2 1/4″ high, including finial.

    Materials: brown ash, sweetgrass, dyes.

    $500.00
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    Jeremy Frey Acorn Basket

    Jeremy Frey Acorn Basket

    Jeremy Frey acorn basket.

    Jeremy Frey is one of the top basket makers in the country, having won Best of Show awards at the Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market as well as Santa Fe Indian Market. He is a member of the Passamaquoddy tribe of Maine, one of the four tribes of the Wabanaki Alliance.

    Read about the artist here.

    This is a fine weave basket in the shape of an acorn. Frey uses natural braided cedar to add color and texture to the natural colored ash basket. The ring enables the basket to stand upright or at a slight angle. This basket looks and feels beautiful!

    The use of cedar not only adds color and texture; it also is an alternative weaving material for basket makers who are intent on preserving brown ash in light of the infestation of the Emerald Ash Borer beetle. This insect had devastated ash trees across the northern sections of the U.S., and threatens to wipe out entire populations of these trees.

    Size: 5 1/2″ high, including stem; 4 3/4″ diameter

    Materials: brown ash, cedar.

    $1,000.00
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    Jeremy Frey web basket

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    Jeremy Frey web basket with points. This innovative design is everything you would expect from Frey. The inner woven ash basket is surrounded by a web of thicker pointed ash. Beautifully woven black and white shapes on finial.

    Size: 9″ diameter; 13″ high, including finial.

    Materials: brown ash, sweetgrass, dyes.

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    Jeremy Frey point basket
    Jeremy Frey point basket

    Jeremy Frey urchin basket with points

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    Jeremy Frey urchin basket with points. The orange areas contrast beautifully with the black as well as the naturally colored areas.

    Size: 8″ diameter; 4 1/2″ high, including finial.

    Materials: brown ash, sweetgrass, dyes.

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    Jeremy Frey cage Basket
    Jeremy Frey cage Wood Basket online

    Jeremy Frey cage basket

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    Jeremy Frey cage basket

    This innovative design is everything you would expect from Frey. The inner woven ash basket is surrounded by a cage of thicker pointed ash. Beautifully weave on the finial.

    Size: 6 1/2 in. diameter at its widest tapers to 4 in. at the base; 12 1/2 in. high, including finial.

    Materials: brown ash, sweetgrass, dyes.

  • Baskets of Time: Profiles of Maine Indian Basket Makers
    Baskets of Time: Profiles of Maine Indian Basket Makers

    Baskets of Time: Profiles of Maine Indian Basket Makers

    Baskets of Time: Profiles of Maine Indian Basket Makers

    In the early 1990s, the art of Wabanaki basketry was considered nearly extinct. Today it is a recognized as a vibrant and evolving form of Native American art.

    What saved this important art form from extinction? The imagination, hard work, and generosity of a core group of elders who had kept the tradition alive, along with the Maine Indian Basketmakers Association. Baskets of Time shares the stories of seventeen artists and families. Each profile describes how the artist learned the art of basket weaving from individuals within their family and from other tribal members. In their own words, they describe how they transform such raw materials as sweetgrass and ash into beautiful baskets that have become award-winning works of art sold in galleries and exhibited in museums, including the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.

    Gretchen Faulkner, Director of the Hudson Museum at the University of Maine, has written an essay in which she provides the historical background for the tradition of Maine Wabanaki basket making–and the important role the art form played in the past and still plays today in the lives of in the Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, Maliseet and Micmac tribes.

    Baskets of Time is beautifully produced book that is fully illustrated with color photography of each artist and their work. It will appeal to collectors of Native American basket making; to people who are just discovering basketry art; and to those who are interested in learning the story of how an ancient Native American art form has been not only saved from extinction but also imbued with the energy and creativity of a new generation of Wabanaki artists.

    145 pages, softcover

    $45.00
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    Jeremy Frey traditional basket

    Jeremy Frey Traditional Basket

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    Jeremy Frey Traditional Basket

    Jeremy Frey is known for innovative designs. This basket has a traditional Passamaquoddy look, with important differences, some obvious and some subtle. For example, the gauge of the ash splints is significantly smaller than was used in older baskets. He also added a turned and carved cherry burl disc with beautiful grain to the cover. Notice also, some of the woven braids are cedar, rather than ash. The color difference may not be visible online, but is evident in person. Last, the height of this basket sets it apart from most traditional pieces.

    In keeping with traditional baskets, Frey used no dyes; all colors on this basket are natural.

    Size: 14 3/4 in. high x 7 in. diameter

    $7,750.00