18 "african basket" Products
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This basket is the perfect pop of color I need for my entryway. I'd use it to drop off my keys and wallet when I come home so that I know where to find them when I need to leave in a rush.
Our Large African Basket is great for housing pillows and throws and can provide a stylish base for a houseplant.
Hand made by artisans in Africa, these baskets bring amazing craftsmanship into our living spaces. Handwoven by an association of more than 100 rural Wolof women of Senegal, these baskets create a fun and textural way to store everything from toys to craft supplies, linens to laundry.
The Turkana people of East Africa dwell in a harsh desert environment in Northwestern Kenya. By hand weaving these doum palm baskets, Turkana women and men supplement their family's income, providing school fees for their children and food for their families.
Weavers in Ghana's Bolgatanga region are well known for their durable baskets. These nesting open top bucket baskets are woven from beautifully natural elephant grass fiber, which grows in massive clusters than can reach over 10 feet tall.
These vibrant baskets are great for shopping at the market, storing kitchen goods, and even placed on the floor full of magazines. Hand woven in Ghana, your purchase will provide vital income to those who wove them.
I'm kind of in love with African baskets at the moment — all sizes and all kinds. I especially like these that are handmade in Uganda. There are so many patterns and colors to choose from. They would be perfect on an outdoor table or a collection of them hung on the wall indoors, to add warmth and...
These agaseke baskets are so uniquely shaped; they'd be sure to be a statement piece in any room! These are traditionally made for newlyweds, each one distinctly designed to represent something about the couple. They take five days to make, so you know they're truly a gift from the heart.
This ageseke basket represents a piece of historical significance in Rwanda: the reconciliation of the 1994 genocide. The two lines represent two women walking together hand in hand, stopping to meet a friend before moving onward. This is a piece of home decor that represents hope.
Not only are these fair trade baskets perfect for toting goodies at the market, but they support artisans in Ghana too.
I can't get enough of these African baskets. I love this large version. It's great as a hamper but also pretty perfect to store toys and this and that (indoors or out).
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