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Africa | Basketry container for a coffee maker. | Plant fiber, leather and dyes | Arabic; Omdurman, Sudan, ca. 1905.

Sudan, Omdurman Arabic basketry container for a coffee maker; of plant fibre, leather and dyes, ca

Image from ReCoil: Change and Exchange in Coiled Fibre Art National Museum of Australia 15 November 2008 – 14 June 2009  Courtesy Elcho Island Arts & Crafts. Photo: Peter Eve, Monsoon Studio.  Pandanus (Pandanus spiralis), natural dyes, natural pigments, fibre string.

Basket: Mavis Ganambarr, 2006 - Image from ReCoil: Change and Exchange in Coiled Fibre Art. National Museum of Australia

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Marsh Round Grass Trays set of 2 Seagrass Large: dia x Small: dia x h Sold as a set

Africa | Lidded basket collected from the Waziba or Haya people of Tanzania in the early 1900s | Grass fiber and natural dyes

Africa Basket with lid from the Haya people of the Kiziba region

Oak split "hen" basket

Oak split "hen" basket, traces old white paint, scattered small breaks, some interior grime, 15 x 10 x

AphroChic: 4 Intriguing Things Ethiopian Baskets Can Tell You

4 Intriguing Things Ethiopian Baskets Can Tell You

Explore A Different Time And Place With 4 Intriguing Facts From Ethiopian Baskets

Africa | Lidded basket from the Hausa people.  West Africa | 20th century

Africa | Lidded basket from the Hausa people. West Africa | 20th century

Africa | Basket from Angola; probably Sankuru people | Wood, cord and plant fiber | ca. 1907

from Angola, probably Sankuru people, wood, cord and plant fiber, ca.

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'Igeseke' Tutsi lidded woven basket, resembling the woven baskets often found underneath offering tables in ancient Egyptian tomb paintings.

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