This is beautiful woven Plate Basket from the Hausa People of Nigeria. Handwoven plate like baskets are made by the women. These baskets are made in the Hausa tradition, using vegetable fiber and straw. The top is smooth and the underside is rougher and unfinished in appearance. The Hausa people collect various grasses, which they harvest every summer and weave into these grain bowls or plates. The baskets are given as wedding gifts to save and store grain and they even double as decoration when not being used. Each basket varies in size and design displaying the desires of the individual craftsmen, making each piece unique.This would be wonderful for your home or a gift. Shows some wear.
Show age and Natural Wear
BASKET DESIGN AND SIZE WILL VARY SLIGHTLY
2.5 Inches Tall
13 x 13 Radius
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May 15, 2019