Flour sifter with ash tree wicker (Cattaraugus, Seneca).


All peoples invented cooking tools adapted to their eating habits. The Iroquois wove flour and ground corn sieves from ash wicker with holes of different sizes depending on the purpose.

Flour sifter, before 1968
Cattaraugus (Seneca)
Ash, 21 x 24 cm
Musée de la civilisation, 68-3061