These pieces were traditionally used by the Batonga tribe as winnowing baskets for sorting grain.The Batonga tribe were displaced from their homes when the Zambezi river was dammed. Today our Binga baskets are still made by traditional tribal women using grasses and ilana palm. We love to use these baskets as wall art (displayed on mass) or as a bowl to hold your precious goodies. Details: Each piece is handmade in the Batonga region in Zimbabwe with fair trade. Made from grass reads and Ilala palm, organically dyed. Handwoven by Batonga women Small approximate size: 41 Diameter
Please note: No two pieces will ever be identically the same, as it is a handmade piece, which we believe adds to its charm!