"Chemehuevi coiled basketry included shallow coiled winnowing, sifting and parching trays. Food serving trays were broad and shallow. They were typically seven to ten inches in diameter and less than three inches deep. Oval baskets, some up to a foot in length, were mostly shallow, but occasionally deep examples were made. Chemehuevi olla-shaped bottleneck vessels have a very rounded shoulder and short neck."
-Ralph Shanks, California Indian Baskets