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Woven Short Basket, Natural

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Item Description

This Woven Basket is handmade by a small artisan collective in Tanzania. These baskets have a handmade feel, and all slightly vary. Woven in the local tradition of using local materials, this basket has a squared top with a round base. This size is perfect for a wastebasket or a smaller indoor plant cachepot.

Features

  • Made from natural grasses.
  • Handmade.

About Hawkins NY

Hawkins New York was founded with the goal to incorporate the concept of artisanal collective production with a modern design sensibility. Their unique aesthetic is defined by elements of timeless design in its classical styling, use of quality materials and finish, and occasional touches of whimsy. Hawkins New York's mission is to create a greater understanding and appreciation for responsible, aesthetically minded design while enhancing the environments of their customers.
Dimensions
  • Overall: 12"H x 12"D
Color
  • Sand
Material
  • Rattan
Shipping
  • Ships Ground
Made in
  • Tanzania

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