African baskets, Fair Trade made in Uganda and Rwanda. Decorative and African art on gallery wall with mudcloth pillows and table runner.
African baskets, Fair Trade made in Uganda and Rwanda. Decorative and African art on gallery wall with mudcloth pillows and table runner.
African baskets, Fair Trade made in Uganda and Rwanda. Decorative and African art on gallery wall with mudcloth pillows and table runner.
African baskets, Fair Trade made in Uganda and Rwanda. Decorative and African art on gallery wall with mudcloth pillows and table runner.
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Dusk ABEBA sisal basket - Rwanda

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A portion of this sale will be donated to the Mukono Foundation which supports primary education and the arts in Uganda. Read more here.

ABEBA means flower in Amharic and is also the capital of Ethiopia (Addis Abeba). We named this floral design after the fellow East African culture which also has a strong basket weaving tradition. These beautiful handwoven baskets are perfect to use as a place for your cell phone, house keys, sunglasses, or to use as a wall hanging! Naturally toxin-free, materials are sourced locally from the dried banana leaves, to the vibrant natural dyes, extracted from flowers, roots, and leaves grown by the weavers themselves.

• Handmade in Rwanda by women artisans
• 12" across, 3" deep