cestino realizzato con asfodeli intrecciati a spirale ricoperti poi da steli di paglie colorate intrecciate che formano disegni uguali dentro e fuori
Rwanda Baskets ~ Fruit Bowl - Blue and White Starburst
Rural weavers in Rwanda of all tribes, including Hutus and Tutsis, work side by side to produce these finely woven baskets
Africa | Sisal Bowl from Rwanda | These baskets are coil woven using native grasses on the inside with fine sisal fiber or sometimes raffia on the outside of the coil.
10 Design Products That Look Good And Do Good #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/products-that-give-back#slide1 This hand-woven, sisal, geometric-patterned basket can stand alone as a centerpiece, or it looks good in an array mounted on a blank wall. Each piece comes with a tag that profiles the Rwandan weaver who created it, and the proceeds support community through the craft.
Africa | Rwenzori Bowl basket woven by the women in Southern Uganda. | Baskets are woven from discarded Millet stalks, naturally dyed raffia and sometimes local grasses. The natural portions are dried millet leaves. The vibrant natural dyes used on the raffia for these tightly woven baskets come from flowers, roots, leaves and lichens grown by the weavers themselves.
Alcuni oggetti di artigianato sardo - cestino
Coiled Basket by Marian Cruz (Tohono O'odham)
Cestini sardi | Bottega Kreativa
Cestino Sardo di Sinnai, Basket Sardinia, Sardegna.