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Round Bolga Basket

Handcrafted in Ghana

Availability:
Out of stock
SKU 4527210

Round Bolga Basket

Handcrafted in Ghana

Availability:
Out of stock
SKU 4527210
This unique basket is handwoven by the most skilled women weavers!
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Original price $24.99 - Original price $24.99
Original price
$24.99
$24.99 - $24.99
Current price $24.99
Color: Assorted Colors
STORY

Brighten up your home with a vibrant Round Bolga Basket, handwoven by experienced women in Ghana's Bolgatanga region using locally sourced veta vera grass. Each basket is woven wet and can be re-shaped by adding water. Durable and washable, these baskets are a beautiful and unique addition to your decor. Fun fact: kinkahe is a local name for veta vera grass in Ghana!

DETAILS
  • Materials: Veta vera grass
  • Measures: 8"D x 3"H
  • Colors: Assorted colors
  • Care: Reshape with cold water

ABOUT THE ARTISAN
Gitzell FairTrade
GHANA
A basket weaver who learned the skill from her mother, Zellipah Githui founded Gitzell FairTrade to make weaving an economically sustainable livelihood for women ...
SHIPPING & RETURNS

Shipping Policy

Standard shipping generally takes 1 business day to fulfill and 5-8 days to deliver to the continental US. Expedited shipping is available at an additional cost and is not included in free shipping. Expedited shipping generally takes 3-5 business days to arrive.

Return Policy

We have a hassle-free return policy. Eligible returns must be received within 60 days of purchase and in their original condition.

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Vel Shearer
Nice but

A lovely, sturdy basket, but disappointed with the color. I understand that when you buy you take what you get. I had hoped for the pick and blue one. I'll get used to this orange and brown one. Thank you for the work you do for artisans on third world countries.