Made in Colombia by weavers using paja de tetera fiber from Guapi, Cauca.
Store your laundry, linen or towels in this handwoven basket. Each purchase supports the Eperaara Siapidaara indigenous community in Colombia. This community was displaced by the guerrilla armed forces and currently live in different areas of the country.
Co-op: Tetera Association. It is comprised of 16 women living in Bogotá.
24 Height / 28 Width / 24 Depth (centimeters)
17 H / 12.5 W / 12 D (inches)
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