The swing-handled harvest basket

August 1985
Yankee;Aug85, Vol. 49 Issue 8, p68
The swing-handled harvest basket is becoming an expensive antique. These baskets were made for highly utilitarian purposes. The swing handle made the basket well designed for harvesting apples and other tree fruits. Today, their simple lines command high prices among collectors who fancy the country look.


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