Fair Winds Trading Rwanda Oomva Listen Basket Fruit Bowl 12" by Fair Winds Trading. $40.00. Hand-woven in Rwanda. Includes a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Artisans receive half the wholesale price for each item sold. 12". Naturally dyed sisal coil-sewn over bundled sweetgrass. At once home decor, fruit bowl and conversation piece, the Oomva basket is hand woven in a cyclical pattern representative of life. Black- and indigo-dyed sisal and sweetgrass enrich any sett...
Fair Winds Trading Rwanda Oomva Listen Basket Fruit Bowl 12" by Fair Winds Trading. $40.00. Includes a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Hand-woven in Rwanda. Naturally dyed sisal coil-sewn over bundled sweetgrass. 12". Artisans receive half the wholesale price for each item sold. At once home decor, fruit bowl and conversation piece, the Oomva basket is hand woven in a cyclical pattern representative of life. Black- and indigo-dyed sisal and sweetgrass enrich any setting ...
Bamboo basket by National Living Treasure of Japan, FUJINUMA Noboru 藤沼昇（人間国宝）
The mukenge baskets were made in Western Zambia by the Mbunda - Luvale and Luchazi people living in and around the Barotse Plane. They are made from the root of the mukenge tree. The root is dug up, carved to a desired sized, then soaked for weeks to make it pliable. Building a basket from what is essentially hard wood adds to the longevity of these objects.
African Baskets - Zulu Baskets – Beaded African Basketry
Africa | Sotho woman and boy with large baskets; Lesotho, South Africa, 1947 | ©Constance Larrabee
Product ID: PMC-SP-001 Exceptional Multi-layered Floral Susanna's exceptional multi-layered floral on a dark background is a masterpiece we rarely get to see. Subtle color tones such as white on yellow, orange on deep red, light minty green on a pale green, all mark this masterpiece as a collector's dream. Take one look at the view of the base and you will fall for this magnificent piece. Material: Chunga palm (Astrocaryum standleyanum) & Naguala (Cardulovica palmata) fibers, vegetal dyes
Wounaan Culture Darién Rainforest, Panamá
“Vibrant” - orange peels, waxed linen, yellow cedar bark, ostrich shell beads and lotus pod tops, - Ken Rowe,
DIY: crochet fabric baskets
Africa | Basketry Container. Yaka people. DR Congo | First half of 20th century | Natural fibers and imported glass beads | From a colonial Belgian collection | This rare, and visually striking, container is embellished with beautiful colored beads and a narrow beaded strap. The bottom sits on a pedestal that is also covered in beads
Kandy, Sri Lanka, 18th to 19th century | This cane basket called a vel-pettiya with engraved silver mounts is typical of such baskets produced in the Kingdom of Kandy in central Sri Lanka. They were made for members of the Kandyan aristocracy and were used to store jewllery and keepsakes.
Africa | Basketry cover for a Calabash/Gourd from the Wassiba/Haya people of the Kiziba region of Tanzania | ca. late 19th to early 20th century | © Foto: Ethnologisches Museum der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz | pinned at www.africacrafttr...
Elizabeth Hickox (Wiyot/Karuk, 1875–1947) | Lidded baskets; Maidenhair fern, spruce root, hazel shoots, porcupine quills | ca. 1920. California
Lifeline Basket by Gone Rural on display at Habitat's Platform Gallery. stitchbystitch.eu/blog