Mush Bowl - diagonal twined. Warp - willow; weft - willow. Design element - spring peeled willow (during spring willow is darker). Design pattern - four bands spaced out around basket . Two of the bands are around body. One is on the shoulder and one is on the base. Top three bands are three stitches wide. Middle stitch is dark willow and the two outside stitches are every other stitch. Band on base is dark willow and one stitch wide. Rim finish is of 3 strand twine, up and to the right.
- Object: Bowl
- Artist: Unknown
- Circa: Unknown
- Dimensions: 7 1/2" x 5 1/2" inches
- Culture Area: Basin
- Cultural Group: Northern Paiute
- Cultural Context: Used to serve acorn and seed mush.
- Donor: Mendocino County Museum
- Catalog #: 96.156