Handwoven in Colombia by indigenous women from the Eperaara Siapidaara indigenous reserve in Timbiquí, Cauca.
This decorative basket is made from palo de tetera, a local tree from the South Pacific. Extracting this fiber is a very long process, and only includes the use of the stem.
Weaver: Liliana Grueso
42 Height / 32 Width / 16 Depth (centimeters)
16.5 H / 12.5 W / 6 D (inches)
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