Marsabit Basket

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These natural sisal woven baskets are the perfect carry-all!  Hand-woven by a women's collective in Eastern province, Kenya, each one takes between 5-7 days to complete.  This coil tradition of sisal basket weaving is passed down through generations of women, and is a proud tradition of the elders in the villages across this region.   

  • 100% Kenyan all-natural sisal fiber. Flexible and durable.
  • Diameter: 12-14"
  • Height: 12"
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