Ukidama - Japanese Oregon Baskets #712

Ukidama - Japanese Oregon Baskets, Rope Baskets -  artwork by Emily Miller
 Ukidama - Japanese Oregon Baskets, Rope Baskets -  artwork by Emily Miller
Tangled rope and floats, before cleaning and unraveling Ukidama - Japanese Oregon Baskets, Rope Baskets -  artwork by Emily Miller Tangled rope and floats, before cleaning and unraveling
 Ukidama - Japanese Oregon Baskets, Rope Baskets -  artwork by Emily Miller
Extra Large Ukidama - Japanese Oregon Baskets, Rope Baskets -  artwork by Emily Miller Extra Large
Small - White Stone Ukidama - Japanese Oregon Baskets, Rope Baskets -  artwork by Emily Miller Small - White Stone
Small - Dark Stone Ukidama - Japanese Oregon Baskets, Rope Baskets -  artwork by Emily Miller Small - Dark Stone
Small - Pearl Ukidama - Japanese Oregon Baskets, Rope Baskets -  artwork by Emily Miller Small - Pearl
The rope used to make these baskets was rescued from the beach near Seaside, Oregon. It included a line of white plastic floats stamped with Japanese characters. "Ukidama" means fishing floats in Japanese and is usually used to describe the netted glass floats that were used until the 1960s, now replaced by plastic.

Each basket includes a unique accent stone from my collection of beachcombing treasures.

Reclaimed fishing rope, 2018

4" to 8" high, each

Available

Small - Pearl -
$ 50

Only 1 in stock!