African Basket | Oval Bolga Basket | Ghana Basket | Storage |Market Basket | Picnic |Woven BasketPlant Pot |Magazine Basket | Harvest Basket

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Oval approximately: 16 1/2 -17”

African Market Basket - Ghana Bolga market basket makes a great gift basket!  No more surprise.....You will receive the same basket in the picture. These baskets are a traditional shape from the Bolgatanga region of Northern Ghana. Artisans in the Bolgatanga region of Ghana weave these beautiful and durable baskets from thick, tough elephant grass. Bolga basket is a very popular size for children, shoppers, busy mothers and picnic planners worldwide. Bolga baskets stand up to use, practical, sustainable, remain functional, and beautiful for years. Handwoven in Ghana made from local elephant grass. Each basket is one of a kind, in a unique pattern, and he leather wrapped handle adds to the durability. Incredibly sturdy and versatile basket is the perfect home accessory, plant pot, toy basket, Easter egg basket, or market basket.  Please note:  To reduce postage costs and packaging these baskets are flattened for postage, this does not harm them in any way, and simple instructions on how to reshape the baskets are included, once wet they pretty much bounce back to the original shape with a little help from you

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The African Home Goods is an online fair trade shop founded by Women to Empower Women where customers can purchase beautiful handmade items around the world. We provide design insights, helping our partners to showcase their traditional skills, and cultural techniques to a broader audience. We travel the world looking for unique authentic treasures for your shopping pleasure. We know you will appreciate that all of our products are Handmade of high quality materials, affordable, and unique. Your purchase generates meaningful income for the artisans, improve the quality of life in their communities, health care, and the income can help women to send their children to school, which oftentimes these children will be the first generation to graduate from high school.
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