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Africa | Naturally dyed sisal coil-sewn over bundled sweetgrass.| Handmade in Rwanda

Africa | Naturally dyed sisal coil-sewn over bundled sweetgrass.| Handmade in Rwanda

Africa | A basket weaver photographed in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa | © Lauren Barkume

A basket weaver part of a programme with the Africa Craft Trust in iSimangaliso Wetland Park, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

A partir del verano de Jhugong (Parte II) | cestería de bambú en su mayoría sólo puede tejida a mano de bambú terminado en muchos aspectos, básicamente se pueden dividir en los cuatro lados del tejido, tejido hexagonal, octagonal tejer, tejer malla curvada método de tejido y el nudo de tejer, peor texto tejer, tejer tridimensional, mezclando tejer, tejer a varios entretejen utilizar más disponible I compilado sin fin "para describir.:

Some patterns on neolithic pottery have originated from clay lined baskets, they have served the function of moulds. There are regional styles of basketry globally.

Basket (c.1983) by Canadian Haida basketmaker Robert Davidson & artist April Churchill. Plant fiber, pigment, 8.75 x 10.5 in. via the Met, NYC

April Churchill and Robert Davidson (Haida, Alaska), Basket, paint/plant fiber, c. 1983 like the idea of painted baskets

Beer Baskets, Africa

[Photo by Don Tuttle, prestige baskets, Tutsi people, early century, from The Textile Museum exhibition Weaving Abstraction: Kuba Text.

Africa | Millet Fruit Basket.  Uganda | The dyes used are made from berries, plants, and other materials found in nature.

Africa | Millet Fruit Basket. Uganda | The dyes used are made from berries, plants, and other materials found in nature.

Colonial Sense: Antiques: Auction Results: November, 2013 this is a work of art!

white oak, very finely woven kidney form with single rim, arched handle, and wooden-peg construction.

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A collection of objects (based on traditional wire and bead art) from the South African collective Streetwires. via Hand Eye Magazine

Africa | Large bowl ~ Iqoma ~ from the Zulu people of South Africa | Ilala palm; tightly woven coil stitched basket

Depending on the type of lid these African baskets have, they are referred to as either Ukhambas or Isichumo. Each Zulu basket is handcrafted from Ilala palm.

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