Paja de tetera fiber basket, handmade in Timbiquí, Cauca, by indigenous women from the Eperaara Siapidaara community.
Use it as a towel or linen basket holder, or purely decorative.
Weaver: Liliana Grueso Dura
Co-op: Tetera Association. They currently live in Bogotá, Colombia, as they were displaced by the guerrilla armed forces from their home in Guapi, Cauca. They are an association of 16 artisans.
80 Height / 80 Width / 26 Depth (centimeters)
32 H / 32 W / 11 D (inches)
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