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  • 03.025.13.01.10.01
    £46.50

    Tunisia grass bag brown.

    The classic handbags give way to the baskets, a fashion that has been established for some time now. In town or at the beach, whether simple or original, the basket has become an indispensable accessory and especially with chamla style .
    £46.50
    £46.50
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    01059131102
    01059131102
    £27.50

    Multicolour decorative Lenca vase pine needle with white clay.

    Multicolour decorative vase pine needle with white clay, handwoven and shaped by women artisans in Honduras, using pine needle, polyester thread and white clay. The technique of creating crafts from pine needles is called coiling and is one of the oldest forms of weaving in the world. It can be used in the kitchen filled with nuts or enjoyed as a purely decorative ornament.
    £27.50
    £27.50
  • 03.081.13.01.13.01
    £29.95

    Halfa grass two piece breadbasket.

    Breadbasket and lid made of woven halfa grass created by Tunisian weavers from Kasserine in fine basketry tradition. Natural halfa grass with yellow, green, orange, brown and purple details. Bowl size D 30cm x H 20cm, lid size D 26,5cm x H 8cm.
    £29.95
    £29.95
  • 03.058.13.01.13.01
    £23.95

    Halfa grass tabletop tray.

    Woven halfa grass table top tray created by Tunisian weavers from Kasserine in fine basketry tradition. From the introduction of rice in the late 1600s to well into the 20th century, fanner baskets were used to separate rice grains from husks. Pounded grains of raw rice were placed in a fanner and tossed into the air or dropped from one basket to another. After the wind blew away the chaff, the rice was ready for cooking. Your inventiveness determines how you are going to use this tray! Size H 4cm x D 27cm.
    £23.95
    £23.95
  • 03-038-13-02-10-03
    £20.95

    Halfa grass tabletop.

    Woven halfa grass table top tray created by Tunisian weavers from Kasserine in fine basketry tradition. From the introduction of rice in the late 1600s to well into the 20th century, fanner baskets were used to separate rice grains from husks. Pounded grains of raw rice were placed in a fanner and tossed into the air or dropped from one basket to another. After the wind blew away the chaff, the rice was ready for cooking. Your inventiveness determines how you are going to use this tray!.
    £20.95
    £20.95
  • 03.038.13.01.13.01
    £35.50

    Halfa grass tabletop tray.

    Woven halfa grass table top tray created by Tunisian weavers from Kasserine in fine basketry tradition. From the introduction of rice in the late 1600s to well into the 20th century, fanner baskets were used to separate rice grains from husks. Pounded grains of raw rice were placed in a fanner and tossed into the air or dropped from one basket to another. After the wind blew away the chaff, the rice was ready for cooking. Your inventiveness determines how you are going to use this tray! Size H 5cm x D 34cm.
    £35.50
    £35.50
  • 03.006.13.01.13.01
    £35.50

    Halfa grass bowl.

    Woven halfa grass bowl with purple stripe detail, created by Tunisian weavers from Kasserine in fine basketry tradition. Your inventiveness determines how you are going to use this tray! Size D 36cm x L 29,5cm x H 11cm.
    £35.50
    £35.50
  • 03.002.13.02.13.01
    £41.95

    Halfa grass basket.

    Traditional “quffa” with pink details and looped handle, woven from halfa grass in fine basketry tradition by artisans from Kasserine. Size L 45cm x W 27cm x H 18cm.
    £41.95
    £41.95
  • 03.002.13.01.13.01
    £41.95

    Halfa grass basket.

    Traditional “quffa” with magenta details, woven from halfa grass in fine basketry tradition by artisans from Kasserine. Size L 44cm x W 31cm x H 18cm.
    £41.95
    £41.95
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    01.059.13.3.11.1
    £30.95

    Decorative floral pine needle vase.

    Make your home stunning with this handmade decorative pine needle floral vase woven with orange and green polyester thread, made by a group of Lenca women in Honduras, completely made by hand without the use of a mold. The technique of creating crafts from pine needle is called "coiling" and is one of the oldest forms of weaving in the world. Size D 16cm x H 26cm.
    £30.95
    £30.95
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    01.059.13.1.10.1
    £29.50

    Decorative pine needle and white clay floral vase

    Make your home stunning with this handmade decorative pine needle floral vase woven with brown polyester thread and white clay, made by a group of Lenca women in Honduras, completely made by hand without the use of a mold. The technique of creating crafts from pine needle is called "coiling" and is one of the oldest forms of weaving in the world. Size D 14cm x H 21cm.
    £29.50
    £29.50
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    01.059.13.02.04.0
    £29.50

    Decorative pine needle and white clay floral vase.

    Make your home stunning with this handmade decorative pine needle floral vase woven with blue polyester thread and white clay, made by a group of Lenca women in Honduras, completely made by hand without the use of a mold. The technique of creating crafts from pine needle is called "coiling" and is one of the oldest forms of weaving in the world. Size D 15cm x H 25cm.
    £29.50
    £29.50
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    01.059.13.01.04.0
    £30.95

    Decorative floral pine needle vase.

    Make your home stunning with this handmade decorative pine needle floral vase woven with blue polyester thread, made by a group of Lenca women in Honduras, completely made by hand without the use of a mold. The technique of creating crafts from pine needle is called "coiling" and is one of the oldest forms of weaving in the world. Size D 15cm x H 22cm.
    £30.95
    £30.95
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    01.038.13.3.11.1
    £25.95

    Multicolour decorative pine nedle and white clay deep plate.

    Multicolour decorative pine needle with white clay deep plate, handwoven and shaped by women artisans in Honduras, using pine needle, polyester thread and white clay. The technique of creating crafts from pine needles is called coiling and is one of the oldest forms of weaving in the world. The dish is gently domed to hold keys, cufflinks, jewellery and loose change or simply as a little treasure to sit on a desk or dressing table. Size D 21cm x H 8cm.
    £25.95
    £25.95
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