Woven in 1975, it won 2nd prize at the Museum of Northern Arizona's annual Navajo show. Regretably the weaver's name is left out - only that she was from Navaho Mountain...and that it sold for $100 then. Somes with the ribbon. $600. 15.5 inches across.


This night and day basket relates the time Coyote insisted on helping place the stars - and of course botched the job, which explains why we have some constellations amidst a jumbled scattering of stars. Navajo made about 10-15 years ago around the Bluff, Utah it measures 15.5 inches across and is $975. (Tucson)


Entitled The Hunt, Terri began this olla in May of this year, sometimes putting in 12 hr days. It measures about 16 inches high and just over 16 inches across. It tells the story (beginning at the bottom, of the people in the village praying for a successful hunt. Above are the mountains and above that the deer and the hunters, with their bows and arrows. Above that the mountains again, from which they return and a successful hunt. Through Terri's skill, vision and dedication, one of the largest Apache coiled basketry ollas in many decades has been completed.

This piece is now a part of the collection at the Arizona State Museum