These beautiful and unusually shaped baskets are made by a Zulu weaver in South Africa who creates amazing geometric designs. #FairTrade #Geometric #Zulu

These beautiful and unusually shaped baskets are made by a Zulu weaver in South Africa who creates amazing geometric designs. #FairTrade #Geometric #Zulu

Africa | Basket from the Hausa people of Nigeria | 20th century

Africa | Basket from the Hausa people of Nigeria | 20th century

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.

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.

Tribal patterns prints expamples

Tribal patterns prints expamples

Kavango

Kavango

Product ID: PMC-SP-001  Exceptional Multi-layered Floral    Susanna's exceptional multi-layered floral on a dark background is a masterpiece we rarely get to see. Subtle color tones such as white on yellow, orange on deep red, light minty green on a pale green, all mark this masterpiece as a collector's dream. Take one look at the view of the base and you will fall for this magnificent piece.    Material: Chunga palm (Astrocaryum standleyanum) & Naguala (Cardulovica palmata) fibers, vegetal…

Product ID: PMC-SP-001 Exceptional Multi-layered Floral Susanna's exceptional multi-layered floral on a dark background is a masterpiece we rarely get to see. Subtle color tones such as white on yellow, orange on deep red, light minty green on a pale green, all mark this masterpiece as a collector's dream. Take one look at the view of the base and you will fall for this magnificent piece. Material: Chunga palm (Astrocaryum standleyanum) & Naguala (Cardulovica palmata) fibers, vegetal…

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.

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.

Africa | Basketry tray from Tizi Ouzou, north central Algeria | Plant fiber and dyes.

Africa | Basketry tray from Tizi Ouzou, north central Algeria | Plant fiber and dyes.

http://sistergolden.com/collections/flower-art - Pesquisa Google

http://sistergolden.com/collections/flower-art - Pesquisa Google

Palm frond flat top hat

Palm frond flat top hat

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