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Basket Maker Gallery

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Choose from 11 pictures in our Basket Maker collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Basket Maker's Splint Gauge, 1939. Creator: Clarence Secor
Basket Maker's Splint Gauge, 1939. Creator: Clarence Secor
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The Basket-Maker, 1888. Creator: Peter Henry Emerson
The Basket-Maker, 1888. Creator: Peter Henry Emerson
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The Basket-Maker (Norfolk), c. 1883/87, printed 1888. Creator: Peter Henry Emerson
The Basket-Maker (Norfolk), c. 1883/87, printed 1888. Creator: Peter Henry Emerson
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Basket Maker's Store, c. 1936. Creator: John Fisk
Basket Maker's Store, c. 1936. Creator: John Fisk
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Erminia and the Shepherd, 1619-20. Creator: Guercino
Erminia and the Shepherd, 1619-20. Creator: Guercino
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Erminia and the Shepherds, 1750/1755. Creators: Francesco Guardi, Antonio Guardi
Erminia and the Shepherds, 1750/1755. Creators: Francesco Guardi, Antonio Guardi
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The Basket Maker, 1853. Creator: Louis Lang
The Basket Maker, 1853. Creator: Louis Lang
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Weaving baskets for artillery shells, Nottingham, First World War, 1914-1918, (1933)
Weaving baskets for artillery shells, Nottingham, First World War, 1914-1918, (1933)
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Blind basket-makers at work, Tottenham Court Road, London, c1901 (1903)
Blind basket-makers at work, Tottenham Court Road, London, c1901 (1903)
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Basket-makers, Hongkong, 1922
Basket-makers, Hongkong, 1922
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A Basket Making Merchant, c1890
A Basket Making Merchant, c1890
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Blind basket-makers at work, Tottenham Court Road, London, c1901 (1903) Featured Image

Blind basket-makers at work, Tottenham Court Road, London, c1901 (1903)

Blind basket-makers at work, Tottenham Court Road, London, c1901 (1903). In 1854 The Association for Promoting the General Welfare of the Blind was established by Elizabeth Margaretta Maria Gilbert (1826-1885). The charity created employment for the blind, opening a factory in 1893 in Tottenham Court Road producing woven baskets, brooms, and upholstery and chair seats. Queen Victoria, William Gladstone, Edward VII and Charles Dickens were notable patrons of the charity. In 1901, the General Welfare of the Blind produced all the mats and other articles used to fit SS Ophir for the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York on their world tour. From Living London, Vol. III, by George R. Sims. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris, New York & Melbourne, 1903]

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