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market basket...I have two of these baskets and they are wonderful.

Plentiful Elephant Grass in the Bolgatanga region of Northern Ghana is used to make these incredibly useful and durable Fair Trade African baskets.

Market Basket

Plentiful Elephant Grass in the Bolgatanga region of Northern Ghana is used to make these incredibly useful and durable Fair Trade African baskets.

Yikene Tote | Coming from Yikene village, in the Bolgatanga region of Ghana, these baskets are traditionally used for carrying goods to and from the market. This is the Yikene interpretation of the regular 2 handled shoppers. Weavers in the region use the abundant Veta vera grass to weave these incredibly hardy, useful baskets.

African basket, Yikene tote from Yikene village, Bolgatanga, Ghana. Weavers in the region use the abundant Veta vera grass to weave these incredibly hardy, useful baskets.

A Ghana Bolga basket is so colorful and would have the pliability of fabric

Plentiful Elephant Grass in the Bolgatanga region of Northern Ghana is used to make these incredibly useful and durable Fair Trade African baskets.

African Gambibgo Pot from Ghana

Plentiful Elephant Grass in the Bolgatanga region of Northern Ghana is used to make these incredibly useful and durable Fair Trade African baskets.

A couple of these to store wood next to our fireplace? Black and White Jute Storage Basket | @worldmarket #SpruceUpYourSpace #worldmarket

Black and White Jute Storage Basket from Cost Plus World Market's New Desert Caravan Collection >> World Market Home Decor Ideas

Africa | Coiled stitched baskets woven by the Nubian women in Darfur, Sudan | Papyrus stalks inside the coils and palm leaf on the outside;  the palm leaves give a sheen to the surface of the baskets.

Sudan, Darfur, coiled stitched baskets woven by Nubian women; papyrus stalks inside the coils and palm leaf on the outside - where the palm leaves give a sheen to the surface.

Shelton Sisters Basket, North Carolina, late century, bentwood frame with finely woven oak splints.

African Market Basket. I have two of these that my husband bought for me at Whole Foods. I love them and USE them. They are two of my treasures!

Plentiful Elephant Grass in the Bolgatanga region of Northern Ghana is used to make these incredibly useful and durable Fair Trade African baskets.

Sold Price: $ 450				  			  						  								  			  				Lot DetailOak split "hen" basket, traces old white paint, scattered small breaks, some interior grime, 15 x 10 x 8-1/2"

Oak split "hen" basket, traces old white paint, scattered small breaks, some interior grime, 15 x 10 x

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