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wickerwork box

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a container that is usually woven and has handles

the quantity contained in a basket

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horizontal circular metal hoop supporting a net through which players try to throw the basketball

a score in basketball made by throwing the ball through the hoop

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Woolley on Murut basketwork follow, and then an account of Dusun and Murut sunbats.
As a result, the prices and values of the Baniwa basketwork have decreased considerably, with a disregard for their indigenous cultural importance and representation.
Madeira is also famous for its basketwork and high-quality embroidery.
AaAa In Chouihiya, around twenty women working in the cooperative, plus a tailor, start their day gathering used bags, washing and drying them and cutting them into small strips before sewing them into esparto according to a traditional basketwork know-how to make handbags, baskets, and wallets bearing the name of Ifassen (hand in Berber), A copyrighted brand in France where part of the design is being conceived by French designers.
Displays that might normally fail to engage the casual visitor--like ancient bits of stone, basketwork, metal, shell, tools or pots--suddenly leap to life because the showcases are interspersed with large panels featuring appealing colour images that illustrate how these items fit into daily life.
See Schnitzel von Krumm's Basketwork by Lynley Dodd.
Another of the winning photographs depicts a gentleman plaiting palm fronds into basketwork.
Mr Leedam said the burials at the ground used biodegradable coffins - the most popular being a willow coffin with flowers woven into the basketwork.
Country crafts including basketwork will also be on show.
By the late 17th Century wine was brought to the table in jugs and sometimes dark green bottles that were almost entirely encased in basketwork or similar, save for the neck, according to contemporary illustrations and paintings.
Thus from 1983 the following disciplines were included under visual arts: sculpture, painting, bronze work, batik, photography, leather craft, weaving, fashion, hairdressing, drawing, pottery and basketwork.
Everywhere you'll find the locals making and selling their traditional crafts of basketwork and ceramics.