Baskets in Europe traces the rich traditions of European basketmaking from the earliest evidence of...
Baskets in Europe traces the rich traditions of European basketmaking from the earliest evidence of man's handcraft to the 21st century. Using records from archaeology, art, museums, and his own encounters and collection, author Maurice Bichard illustrates the evolution of society in Europe, and shows how baskets were produced and used.
All basket makers will appreciate the descriptions, photographs and details for such a wide range of European materials and techniques including willow, wood splint, grasses and rush.
This book is a valuable reference for those currently working in or teaching the craft. Supply is limited.
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