PBP Picks

The art of
basketry

From palm leaves to bamboo, hand-woven, natural-fiber baskets have a hold on us

From palm leaves to bamboo, hand-woven, natural-fiber baskets have a hold on us

array of woven baskets

PBP Picks

The art of
basketry

From palm leaves to bamboo,
hand-woven, natural-fiber baskets
have a hold on us

Gone Rural weavers making baskets

Weavers turn grass into functional baskets at Gone Rural, Swaziland

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Gone Rural provides market access, product design, materials and training to women artisans in order to earn income from their traditional handcraft.

Materials include sustainably harvested lutindzi and lukhasi grass, which are crafted into baskets by women artisans in Swaziland

Materials include sustainably harvested lutindzi and lukhasi grass, which are crafted into baskets by women artisans in Swaziland

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Collective Craft Projects create bespoke woven goods from a range of sustainable materials with communities in Zimbabwe.
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Handwoven baskets, each unique, instantly introduce an organic beauty to any modern home

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Handwoven basekts, tablemats, wall hangings. WomenCraft unites makers in the post-conflict, tri-border area of Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania, enabling them to ply their craft to build cohesion among refugees and their hosting communities.
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Handwoven basekts, tablemats, wall hangings. WomenCraft unites makers in the post-conflict, tri-border area of Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania, enabling them to ply their craft to build cohesion among refugees and their hosting communities.
The Future is Transparent test
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Based in India, Mianzi has revolutionized the way bamboo is used, crafting it into stunning, modern homewares, from baskets and light fixtures to tables and chairs.

Repurposed fast fashion scraps are upcycled and transformed into vibrant, mesmerizing vessels

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Little Ndaba uses proceeds from its one-of-a-kind, fast-fashion baskets to raise awareness in Zambia for conservation and the environment.
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Itza Wood sources vines and grasses in Guatemala’s Peten jungle to weave baskets as unique as its renown hand-carved, wood homewares.
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A design collective, India Craft Projects creates experiences and crafts (like its rattan baskets) with artisans throughout India.

Start sourcing now, and savor a world
of handmade beauty.

Start sourcing now, and savor
a world of handmade beauty.