African Basket Rwanda Woven Basket - Green 12" x 3"

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Stunning one-of-a-kind pieces rich in cultural meaning and purpose -- a perfect center piece, bread/fruit bowl, or wall hanging. Whether as a wall hanging or displayed as a centerpiece, these traditional baskets lend versatility around any home. Each bowl is intricately hand woven by The African Home Goods in Rwanda

Baskets carry a special symbolism in Rwanda: friends give them to one another to celebrate milestones (weddings, births, etc.), and they are proudly displayed as a reflection of abundance in friendships, family and life. 

The linear rays emanating from the SUNRISE pattern of this basket paints a picture of dawn's first light peeking through the morning mist over the beautiful hills in Rwanda. The radiating light reveals stillness and peace, uniting the people of each region with a warm glow as they emerge from the dark of night.

  • Safe to use with food
  • Includes a hang loop on the back for option of wall decor
  • Made by hand in Rwanda using organic dyes and all natural fibers of sisal and sweet grass

*All products are made by hand with love and vary slightly in color and size

Care Instructions:

-Made of natural fibers and grass; do not submerge or wash with water.
-If necessary, use a damp cloth to wipe the basket clean.



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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.