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People have been weaving baskets and egg baskets since the beginning of time. Baskets have been in use for as long as anyone can tell. They were the primary way to transport items for centuries.
Baskets were made from bull rush, willow, etc. Anything that could be bent and woven together was used as a basket! Many people make the split oak buttocks egg basket and it is a very desirable and collectible item. I don’t know when these beautiful baskets were first made of by what culture but they are here to stay.
This basket we have here for our GIVEAWAY is a very nice basket. This is the Buttocks Split Oak Egg Basket and in wonderful condition. As you can see there is a small hole in the band? I do not know how or when that happened? It is just like you see it and it is free to some lucky person who leaves a comment on this post below.
Our Split Oak Egg Basket measures 9″ x 9″ x 4″. The handle is not included in this measurement. The measurement from the table to the top of the handle top is 8″.
This is a gently used egg basket and is still in wonderful condition. It would be a great addition to a collection or make a wonderful item for the little one to gather the eggs in! Either way, I think you will be well pleased.
When we draw for the egg basket we will announce the winner here and on our Chicken Review Facebook Page.
This GIVEAWAY is going on from November 8th until November 16th at midnight.
The winner will be announced on the 18th after lunch. You will have until the 23rd to respond or we will re-draw and give it to another lucky winner.
If you are the winner you must contact us in order to get the egg basket.
Don’t forget to leave your comment below to qualify!
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Congratulations, Julie Nelson is our winner!
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