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Baskets

Add a touch of warmth to any room with a well-placed home decor storage alternative fair trade basket.  Our baskets come in all shapes and sizes.  Utilizing up-cycled, recycled and time honored traditions; our artisans use eco-friendly sustaining materials including batik fabric, jute, organic grasses, natural fibers and 'Chindi' fabric which is inspired by the Indian folk art tradition of weaving from fabric remnants.
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Handwoven out of elephant grass from Bolga, Ghana. The fans are hand-woven in small villages using traditions passed down from generation to generation. They are woven out of renewable resources, including banana leaf and elephant grass, which grow abundantly in the region. The leather handle is treated using an all-natural process (either dyed and oiled or painted).Each fan is 100%...

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$ 24.99

Bright and colorful, these Maasai bead dangle earrings are fun and lightweight. Dimensions: 2.75-inch x 1.5-inch width Hypoallergenic hooks Maasai beadwork embodies the whole of Maasai culture representing beauty, strength, tradition, warriorhood, social status and their deep love and devotion for their cattle. The age old artform is practiced by women of the village who learn from their mothers, who...

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$ 34.99

Handwoven by artisans in Kenya, each basket is uniquely handmade from the sisal fibers of the cactus plant. Sisal is an environmentally friendly fiber, as it is biodegradable and almost no pesticides or fertilizers are used in its cultivation. The sisal is intricately wrapped around grass or banana leaves, creating these unique and colorful baskets.This wide, handwoven basket is a...

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$ 30.00

Handwoven by artisans in Kenya, each basket is uniquely handmade from the sisal fibers of the cactus plant. Sisal is an environmentally friendly fiber, as it is biodegradable and almost no pesticides or fertilizers are used in its cultivation. The sisal is intricately wrapped around grass or banana leaves, creating these unique and colorful baskets.This wide, handwoven basket is a...

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$ 34.99

Handwoven by artisans in Kenya, each basket is uniquely handmade from the sisal fibers of the cactus plant. Sisal is an environmentally friendly fiber, as it is biodegradable and almost no pesticides or fertilizers are used in its cultivation. The sisal is intricately wrapped around grass or banana leaves, creating these unique and colorful baskets.This wide, handwoven basket is a...

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$ 49.99

The U-shopper basket is the perfect tote, beach bag, shopper, everyday bag, or home decor basket. The beautiful bolga baskets are hand-woven in small villages of Ghana, a tradition passed down from generation to generation. They are woven out of renewable resources, including banana leaf and elephant grass, which grow abundantly in the region. Each basket is hand woven and...

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$ 84.99

The beautiful Pot design market basket is also called the Gambigo basket. It is handwoven out of elephant grass from Bolga,Ghana. The baskets are hand-woven in small villages using traditions passed down from generation to generation. They are woven out of renewable resources, including banana leaf and elephant grass, which grow abundantly in the region. The leather is treated using...

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$ 59.99

The beautiful bolga baskets are hand-woven in small villages of Ghana, a tradition passed down from generation to generation. They are woven out of renewable resources, including banana leaf and elephant grass, which grow abundantly in the region. The leather is treated using an all-natural process (either dyed and oiled or painted). Each basket is hand woven and 100% unique!...

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$ 12.99

Handmade using hand-felting technique. This handmade felt ornament is a slam dunk for any Basketball fan for the holidays. Measures 2.5" x 2.5". Meet the Artisans Global Groove is a fair trade organization working with women by supporting and developing artisan co-ops in Thailand and Nepal. The Fair Trade industry is expanding and we are proud to be a part...