IDENTIFICATION REQUEST

We often get requests from people to help them identify a basket that they have acquired. If you can provide us with a description of the basket, we will let you know if we can help you identify the basket and if we have any accessories available for the basket.

To verify that the basket you have is a Longaberger and not an imitation, you should see the Longaberger name burned into the bottom of the basket. This practice was begun in the early 1980's, so older baskets may not have this feature. In the late 1970's, Longaberger began having the weavers sign and date their baskets and this practice continues today. Having the date and weaver's initials on your basket is a way to verify that an older basket is a Longaberger.

Please note, this is not a pricing service and we don't provide information on the value of your basket. As this is a free service, please limit your request to two submissions.


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Length: inches (at opening)
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Note: The initials on the bottom of the basket belong to the weaver who created the basket. Because of the large number of weavers employed in basket making and the lack of a database listing all of the weavers, the initials are not necessary for identification of your basket.