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Multicolored African Basket | Hand woven in Senegal (on Mbare.com

To add a tint of African décor to your place these multicolored African baskets are perfect fit. Use them as a laundry basket, storage container or just a decorating asset.

A stunning two-tone basket with a hand-crafted appearance. 80% jute, 20% metallic thread.                 Size 1: Height. 35cm x 30cm diameterSize 2: Height. 46cm x 43cm diameter

A stunning two-tone basket with a hand-crafted appearance. x diameter

Willow Bark Basket #627 by Jennifer Zurick

willow bark basket by Jennifer Heller ZurickWillow bark baskets by Jennifer Heller ZurickBasket.

market basket...I have two of these baskets and they are wonderful.

Plentiful Elephant Grass in the Bolgatanga region of Northern Ghana is used to make these incredibly useful and durable Fair Trade African baskets.

Vietnamese basketsare great #storage solutions! #handmade #vietnam #vietnamese #baskets #weylandts #weylandtshome #homeware #home #decorate #space

Vietnamese basketsare great #storage solutions! #handmade #vietnam #vietnamese #baskets #weylandts #weylandtshome #homeware #home #decorate #space

I pinned these for their graphic use of colour... unusual in basketry except for the Bolgatanga basketry of Ghana

orange baskets---these would make great home décor baskets anywhere. in the bathroom as storage for your towels, in bedroom for storage for your throws, pillows; adds a nice pop of colour too!

Oferta especial: tejida a mano redonda canasta Navidad cestas regalo y lavandería/regalo/utilidad de paja cesta/reposapiés/boda cesta de GrasShanghai en Etsy https://www.etsy.com/es/listing/238193647/oferta-especial-tejida-a-mano-redonda

Handwoven round storage baskets/laundry basket/ straw basket/Footstool/Ikea/wedding gift/Utility Basket/valentines day by GrasShanghai on Etsy

Basket: Mavis Ganambarr, 2006  Image from ReCoil: Change and Exchange in Coiled Fibre Art  National Museum of Australia

Basket: Mavis Ganambarr, 2006 - Image from ReCoil: Change and Exchange in Coiled Fibre Art. National Museum of Australia

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