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Zulu Wedding Basket -OS-06 - Ilala Weavers

Zulu Wedding Basket -OS-06 - Ilala Weavers

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Traditionally woven to store beer, these baskets are handwoven in South Africa and often give as wedding gift. This basket with a tight-fitting lid is adorn with the traditional Zulu design in natural dyes.
15 inches tall x 19 inches wide x 19 inches deep

Meet the Artisans

Ilala Weavers

Ilala Weavers is situated at Hluhluwe within the province of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. The organizations was established some 30 years ago, with a clear vision and objective of revitalizing and enhancing the age-old Zulu tradition of handcrafts, which at the time were in danger of being lost forever.

Today, Ilala Weavers helps over 2000 Zulu men and women, to attain self sufficiency, by working from their homes and therefore retaining their lifestyle and rich heritage of basket weaving and bead work, which has been passed down through the generations by Zulu crafters. Their modern counterparts today produce stunning works of art, sought after the world over. Each basket is completely unique, and an artisan may spend up to six months weaving a single piece!

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Sales tax is applicable in Texas

Shipping

US domestic shipping starts at just $3.50 - Please see your shopping Cart for Shipping on your order.


We also offer Priority Mail for US and International orders. Please note international orders may get charged Duty and Taxes by your the country of destination. You are solely responsible for any duty or taxes.

Traditionally woven to store beer, these baskets are handwoven in South Africa and often give as wedding gift. This basket with a tight-fitting lid is adorn with the traditional Zulu design in natural dyes.
15 inches tall x 19 inches wide x 19 inches deep

Meet the Artisans

Ilala Weavers

Ilala Weavers is situated at Hluhluwe within the province of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. The organizations was established some 30 years ago, with a clear vision and objective of revitalizing and enhancing the age-old Zulu tradition of handcrafts, which at the time were in danger of being lost forever.

Today, Ilala Weavers helps over 2000 Zulu men and women, to attain self sufficiency, by working from their homes and therefore retaining their lifestyle and rich heritage of basket weaving and bead work, which has been passed down through the generations by Zulu crafters. Their modern counterparts today produce stunning works of art, sought after the world over. Each basket is completely unique, and an artisan may spend up to six months weaving a single piece!

Sales Tax

Sales tax is applicable in Texas

Shipping

US domestic shipping starts at just $3.50 - Please see your shopping Cart for Shipping on your order.


We also offer Priority Mail for US and International orders. Please note international orders may get charged Duty and Taxes by your the country of destination. You are solely responsible for any duty or taxes.


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