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cesto bahtiaka - indios tukano

cesto bahtiaka - indios tukano

Africa | Ethiopian vessel. Used to carry and store milk || Made from gourds, basketry, mud/clay and leather and adorned with cowrie shells.

Africa | Ethiopian vessel. Used to carry and store milk || Made from gourds, basketry, mud/clay and leather and adorned with cowrie shells.

Paniers multicolores

Paniers multicolores

cestaria indigena brasileira

cestaria indigena brasileira

Two Woven Baskets at Horchow Set of 2 $295  Medium basket, 18"Dia. x 22"T.  Small basket, 12"Dia. x 16.5"T.  Made in Senegal.

Two Woven Baskets at Horchow Set of 2 $295 Medium basket, 18"Dia. x 22"T. Small basket, 12"Dia. x 16.5"T. Made in Senegal.

Blue African Basket Bell Jar With Lid - Medium (24.5"h) - HOME ACCENTS - HOME DECOR

Blue African Basket Bell Jar With Lid - Medium (24.5"h) - HOME ACCENTS - HOME DECOR

Cesto cargueiro ou bolsa Xavante - MT Artesanato Indígena http://pontosolidario.org.br/loja/cestaria/xesto-cargueiro-xavante/

Cesto cargueiro ou bolsa Xavante - MT Artesanato Indígena http://pontosolidario.org.br/loja/cestaria/xesto-cargueiro-xavante/

The Wounaan Indians of the Darien Rainforest in Panama, we believe, are the finest basket weavers in the world.  Using the Chunga palm and other plant materials, they weave utilitarian baskets, ceremonial pieces, masks, and the most beautiful and intricate basketry depicting plants and animals, fish and flowers, insects and geometric patterns.

The Wounaan Indians of the Darien Rainforest in Panama, we believe, are the finest basket weavers in the world. Using the Chunga palm and other plant materials, they weave utilitarian baskets, ceremonial pieces, masks, and the most beautiful and intricate basketry depicting plants and animals, fish and flowers, insects and geometric patterns.

They are made in South Africa, of course - Capetown to be exact - read about Streetwires in Hand/Eye magazine (photo is one from the article). This fair trade organisation provides employment for 120 people, many of whom learned to make tin-can objects as children.

They are made in South Africa, of course - Capetown to be exact - read about Streetwires in Hand/Eye magazine (photo is one from the article). This fair trade organisation provides employment for 120 people, many of whom learned to make tin-can objects as children.

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