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Basketry

Basketry
Basketry
Basketry
Basketry
Basketry
Basketry
Basketry
Basketry

Basketry

Star-shaped coaster

Swaziland weavers are well known for their wide range of vibrant colorwoven products that range from baskets to place mats, coasters, table runners, trays,…etc.. They are made of dyed grasses, fabrics, ceramics and re-cycled products such as waste fabrics and water bottles.

Basketry

Basketry

Swaziland weavers are well known for their wide range of vibrant colorwoven products that range from baskets to place mats, coasters, table runners, trays,…etc.. They are made of dyed grasses, fabrics, ceramics and re-cycled products such as waste fabrics and water bottles.

Basketry

Basketry

Swaziland weavers are well known for their wide range of vibrant colorwoven products that range from baskets to place mats, coasters, table runners, trays,…etc.. They are made of dyed grasses, fabrics, ceramics and re-cycled products such as waste fabrics and water bottles.

Basketry

Basketry

Swaziland weavers are well known for their wide range of vibrant colorwoven products that range from baskets to place mats, coasters, table runners, trays,…etc.. They are made of dyed grasses, fabrics, ceramics and re-cycled products such as waste fabrics and water bottles.

Basketry

Basketry

The original idea to use telephone wire for basketry reportedly came from night shift watchmen in Zululand. To while away the hours, they would wind and weave bright colored telephone wires around their sticks. The result is a vibrant distinctive new contemporary art form based on the African century-old weaving traditions.

Maison Fusion offers a collection of Zulu telephone wire baskets in different sizes, patterns and colors.

Basketry

Basketry

The original idea to use telephone wire for basketry reportedly came from night shift watchmen in Zululand.

To while away the hours, they would wind and weave bright colored telephone wires around their sticks. The result is a vibrant distinctive new contemporary art form based on the African century-old basket weaving traditions.

Maison Fusion offers a collection of Zulu telephone wire baskets in different sizes, patterns and colors.

Basketry

Basketry

Telephone Wire Basketry

The original idea to use telephone wire for basketry reportedly came from night shift watchmen in Zululand. To while away the hours, they would wind and weave bright colored telephone wires around their sticks. The result is a vibrant distinctive new contemporary art form based on the African century-old weaving traditions.

Maison Fusion offers a collection of Zulu telephone wire baskets in different sizes, patterns and colors.