*** 46th Anniversary 1969-2015 of our American Indian Art Gallery now located in Aliso Viejo, California ***

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46th YEAR ANNIVERSARY

        1969-2015
Len Wood's
Indian Territory, Inc.

Jeff Wood, President
The Nation's largest

selection of Navajo Rugs, Indian Baskets and Antique

American Indian Art

NEW ADDRESS

Len Wood's

INDIAN TERRITORY
36 Argonaut , Suite 120

Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
email:

info@indianterritory.com
phone: (949) 497-5747 
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 How to Display Native American Indian Basketry

Olla and Bowl Display

Ollas (jar shapes) and deep bowls are generally displayed resting directly on flat surfaces such as tables, book shelves, mantels, pedestals, showcase shelves, cabinet shelves, alcoves and the like. Depending on preferred viewing angle they can be located at any display height.

Display Stands for Trays and Shallow Bowls

Shallow trays and shallow bowls (which together make up the majority of baskets) and flat plaques can be displayed in all of the above methods but also may be displayed on display stands .Clear acrylic, wood, custom wrought iron, and a variety of pre-fabricated adjustable stands are available at most art supply stores and many department and discount stores.

Wall Display

Many collectors prefer to display some of their trays, shallow bowls and flat plaques directly from the wall.  To do this you will need a very thin needle and either thread or very fine clear monofilament (light weight fishing line works best).  Hold up the tray or plaque to the light and look for a tiny pinhole area near the center of the tray to insert the threaded needle.  Being careful not to make any "new holes" or widen existing pinhole gaps create a loop through a second pinhole near the center and about and inch away from the first pinhole. With cotton thread you may need to create three or four loops to hold the weight of the basket; monofilament may work with only a single loop in most cases depending on the strength of line used.

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