Handwoven in Colombia, by indigenous artisans from the Eperaara Siapidaara community from Cauca in Southern Colombia.
Colombian weaving traditions evolved to incorporate new shapes and forms compatible with contemporary needs. Especially in Cauca, basketry features characteristics borrowed from African cultures.
Use it as pure decoration or as a planter, this basket is 100% organic, fairly traded, and sustainably made.
Weaver: Liliana Grueso
42 Height / 29 Width / 20 Depth (centimeters)
16.5 H / 11.4 W / 8 D (inches)
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