Ko'e Badak Ukir
Eco-friendly palm leaf basket are beautifully handwoven by the artisans in Indonesia. These convenient and easy-to-use baskets can be your thoughtful choice to curate your collection, to accessorize or to store various household items.
Ko'e Badak Ukir is one of typical wicker baskets crafted by Tetun tribe from Tulakadi village. It is made using leaves from Lontar palm trees (Palmyra palm) that commonly grow at the coast of Timor Island. As stated on its name, "Ukir" means carve, where this basket has patterns carved on the outer side of the wall, which gives an aesthetic pleasure. Ko'e Badak ukir is a short and wide version of the basket according
to the name Badak which means Short in Tetun language This wicker basket is best suited to store many things, such as laundry, pillows, umbrella or it can also be used as a planter to decorate your home.