- You will receive the exact basket pictured above.
- These recycled art bowls come from the far northwest region of Cameroon. They are woven by members of the Tikar tribe in the area around the tiny village of Bikom. It’s a very remote area where people are primarily work on producing cocoa, palm oil, and rubber on a small scale. The Tikar people are famous for their skills in mask carving and also for making masks from clay.
- The interior of the coils on the basket are made from what the weavers call ‘spear grass’ because it is so tall and stiff.
- The coils are skillfully wrapped with thin, colorful strips of strong recycled packing straps, which are also used at the outdoor market to wrap bundles of food in newspaper.
- Dimensions are approximate, but we do strive to get the measurements accurate within 1/2 inch. Please review the size of this item carefully using a ruler or tape measure before your purchase. See our Shopping FAQs for more information.
Coil Weave Bowl
Weavers in Cameroon created this beautiful bowl from grass coils and strips of stong, colorful, recycled plastic.
Material: Grass, Recycled Plastic
Approximately 14.75 Inches Wide x 3.25 Inches Deep
Out of stock
SKU: 72584 Category: Cameroon Baskets
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