Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Home - Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket

Natural Spiral Woven Sisal Basket

FG icon
Regular price
$ 672.00
Sale price
$ 672.00
Regular price
$ 875.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Handwoven by artisans in Kenya, each basket is uniquely handmade from the sisal fibers of the cactus plant. Sisal is an environmentally friendly fiber, as it is biodegradable and almost no pesticides or fertilizers are used in its cultivation. The sisal is intricately wrapped around grass or banana leaves, creating these unique and colorful baskets.

This wide, handwoven basket is a great statement piece in your home and also functional (ideal for holding jewelry, keys, or fruit - a perfectly stylish catchall!). They are reversible and can be hung either way for a different look. These make great wall decor hung alone or in a collection. Mix and match designs for a unique decor pop!

  • Color: Natual & Black
  • Measures: 12.5" in diameter. 
  • Loop sewn on back for hanging

Care Instructions

Wipe clean with damp cloth

Meet the Artisan

Gitzell

The Gitzelli artisans work in Kenya and Ghana to weave beautiful, traditional baskets in many designs and colors.  Artisans live in low income areas and make their living off selling their crafts or taking daily temporary labor for minimum wage.  In Kenya, the artisans come from wide parts of the country. Most weavers come from the Eastern region where the climate is dry and conducive to the production of the sisal -- this is their main source of income.  In Central Kenya, most artisans have small pieces of land where they practice subsistence farming.  They subsidize their income through weaving products with banana leaf.  Gitzelli Imports has helped connect these artisans to bigger markets and enhance their low income.