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Burgundy Twist Basket

Handcrafted in Uganda

Availability:
in stock
SKU 4803180

Burgundy Twist Basket

Handcrafted in Uganda

Availability:
in stock
SKU 4803180
Original price $34.99 - Original price $34.99
Original price
$34.99
$34.99 - $34.99
Current price $34.99
STORY
Handmade beauty from Ugandan traditional artisans. The interior fiber forming the core of each coil is banana fiber, around which raffia palm is wrapped. With each wrapping, the fiber is threaded through the previous coil to form the basket. Raffia fibers are used in textiles, basket-making, rope-making, garden string, construction and for roofing.

DETAILS
  • Raffia palm, banana fiber
  • 13Dx3H inches
  • Made in Uganda
ABOUT THE ARTISAN
Uganda Crafts
UGANDA
Uganda Crafts is the oldest and largest craft shop in Uganda. The organization brings a sustainable and fair income to their artisans, most of whom are either peo...
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.

Customer Reviews

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Andrea

Absolutely beautiful

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MHP
Beautiful Basket!

This is a beautiful basket. Lovely colors & well made. And, knowing that I’m supporting a Ten Thousand Village artist is an extra plus!!! Plan to buy more.

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Jake Wauters
Burgundy Twist Basket

Looks great and for the value. Color is a dark burgundy but the white and yellow colors really shine.

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Martha
Beautiful craftsmanship and color

I have a friend from South Africa and have been collecting African baskets for awhile. I want fair trade baskets, and ones made with beauty and skill. This basket is beautiful and I plan to display it on a wall with other baskets in my collection.