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baskets--I can't find the source or maker of these on google images.

baskets contemporary multi coloured weave design in sculptural baskets

zulu wedding basket - Africa.

Zulu wedding basket ~ these one-of-a-kind baskets, called ukhamba, are traditionally woven by the bride-to-be or given to the new couple as wedding gifts. during the zulu wedding, the baskets will be used to hold ceremonial beer.

Baskets from South Africa

Africa 3 Kambas with lids (pots) made by master weaver Alfred Ntuli, an inventive coil method wire weaver in South Africa.

Willow Bark Basket #627 by Jennifer Zurick

willow bark basket by Jennifer Heller ZurickWillow bark baskets by Jennifer Heller ZurickBasket.

Wish I had all these cool Maine Pack Baskets.  I'd like to make a whole display of them somewhere in my home.

Collection of antique pack baskets. These are actually still made but the antique ones are much fun to collect.

See the World Through Pattern and Colour, Gorgeous Ethiopian baskets

~Colourful baskets for sale at the local markets at Axum, Ethiopia by Adam Lees Photography

tutsi basket

Tutsi (Rwanda), Basket, beads/plant fibers, c. Since these are usually called peace baskets without the tribal affiliation, due to the past history of the country.[My daughter-in-law brought me one back from Rwanda.

tons of beautiful African baskets

Coil stitching of brightly colored palm leaves produces unique looking African baskets by Nubian weavers.

African Market Baskets Hand-Woven Bolga Fan- Assorted One

Shop African Market Baskets Hand-Woven Bolga Fan at Urban Outfitters today. We carry all the latest styles, colors and brands for you to choose from right here.

African Baskets. I'd love these for holding blankets on the floor by my couch!

- similar to Cherokee) Bold baskets. Handwoven in Ghana from colorfully-dyed grasses, the Bolga Baskets are topped with goat-hide leather handles.

African Basket Swazi Sisal Tight Weave

People everywhere surrounded themselves with mandala shapes in all sorts of everyday objects; the soul knows to recognize them and to find the Center.