Made entirely by hand by Ana Gladys Aponte, from Inírida, Guanía, Colombia.
Material: Chiqui Chiqui or Marama palm fiber. It is grown typically in more humid and tropical areas of the country. Its extraction does not rely on the destruction of a tree, therefore it is considered a resource of great sustainable potential.
Technique: Spiral Basketry
29 Height / 21 Width / 15 Diameter (centimeters)
11 H / 8 W / 6 D (inches)
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