Light Black Iringa Basket

Mbare

$47.09

These lovely Iringa baskets are woven with natural and black fibers, creating a gorgeous woven effect. The black fibers are achieved by dying them with natural plant dyes. Made from Milulu grass which grows wild in Tanzania by women weavers, these baskets give you global style while being completely functional.

They're great for stashing away all kinds of clutter around the house. From toys in kid's room, towels in the bathroom or throw blankets by your couch. They also make gorgeous planters for all your plants around your home.This is handmade item and each one will vary slightly in size.


  • Dimensions: 8" W × 6" H
  • 100% hand-dyed Milulu grass
  • Free shipping within Canada & US on orders over $150
  • Free International shipping on orders over $300

Shipping:
Orders will be dispatched in 2-3 working days.

  • For addresses in Canada, tracked postage takes 2-3 business days.
  • International shipping is available to all destinations. For Canada estimated delivery is 3-5 business days, and for the rest of the world 5-12 business days.
  • Millie is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • We offer free shipping for
    • Canada and USA on orders over $150
    • International on orders over $300


Returns:
We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 14 days of receipt of delivery.

Indoor use only.

Meet the Maker

Mbare

Weaving goes back generations in Africa, a skill passed down by woman to woman. As messengers of culture, Mbare enthusiastically brings the spirit of Africa to you. In the language of the Shona People of Zimbabwe, Mbare is pronounced “im-bah-ree” and means “a gathering of things” or “marketplace”.

The Inspiration

Based in Africa, for over the last 20+ years Mbare has empowered over 2,000 artisans by engaging in fair trade and sustainable partnerships, from urban workshops, cooperatives to remote rural villages.

The Impact

When you buy a fairly traded and handmade product, theres a thread of energy that you connect with, from the artisan who made it to all the hands that made sure it got safely to you. You're part of the sustainability chain and are supporting fair trade practices directly with your purchase.

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