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This handwoven  Bolga basket is made in the North of Ghana by a group of selfthought women in Bolgatanga. Bolga tote baskets showcase the artistry of African weaving while providing practical and sustainable solutions for everyday needs. Their versatility make them popular choices for individuals seeking unique and eco-friendly baskets accessories. The use of natural materials makes Bolga tote baskets an eco-friendly choice. The baskets are biodegradable, and their production often involves minimal environmental impact compared to synthetic alternatives. One of the primary uses of Bolga tote baskets is as market or shopping bags. Their spacious design and durability make them ideal for carrying groceries, produce, and other items. More, the sturdy construction of Bolga tote baskets makes them suitable as beach bags. They can carry towels, sunscreen, snacks, and other essentials for a day at the beach.

Natural Brown Open Weave Bolga Tote Bag

£55.00Price
  • WHAT IS MY BASKET MADE OF - We use 100% locally grown elephant grass straw with high quality fibres and died naturally. 

     

    DIMENSIONS:

    39cm DIA x 46cm H

    HAND-MADE not MACHINE-MADE: We aim to promote the work that our artisans make. Some of our baskets are weaved by dynamic old ladies, different mothers in the community and during different seasons. Therefore, dimensions and colours may slightly vary from the picture. Each basket is unique in a way.

  • Always aim to keep your basket dry. These baskets can go in the bathroom, but just ensure that it is not by the bath or the shower as they can get damp due to its natural materials.

    Using it as a planter basket -  Ensure that you place a saucer or a plastic at the bottom of the basket before inserting your plant pot as water can damage your basket.

    If it get’s wet, ensure you dry it as soon as possible on a radiator or under the sun for a day

    Try to keep it away from direct sunlight as this may deteriorate the basket colours over the time though this may give a rustic look to your basket.

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