I bought my basket from Mr. Gillespie at the Marco Island, FL farmers market, but his contact information is at the bottom of the story of the basket if you decide you must have one of these unique art pieces so filled with such a long American history.  

And if you want to give your basket a job in your modern life you might choose to do something like I have done.  I have used a 1960s beer glass from my vintage collection that just happens to fit beautifully into the woodland basket, and I planted it with an aloe plant and a rooted sprig of fresh mint.  I have hung it on a wall in my kitchen handy to uses for both plants and in a spot where I can enjoy the folk art beauty of the basket as well as the progress of my growing plants.