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This Flora Basket is handwoven from native grasses in Uganda. Batwa conservation refugees use traditional natural plant dyes to create colorful patterns inspired by the mountains of their beloved homeland.
Approx. Measurements: 13 3/4" W x 3 1/4" H
Materials: Dried grass, Bark, Natural plant dye
Color: Pink, Natural tan. Colors may vary due to natural dyes.
The Batwa people of Uganda became conservation refugees when they were forced from their ancient rainforest homeland. Despised by their countrymen and denied basic human rights, mothers weave these traditional baskets, working to save their children from starvation and keep their families together.
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Every product has variations as a part of the artisan-made charm!
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