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African Bolga Market Basket Large With Rubber Handle #3

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  • Diameter: 15"
  • Depth: 9" not including handle
  • Color: salmon, brown, eggplant, natural, with black rubber handle
  • Country of Origin: Ghana

Our large Bolga market basket with a rubber handle is a great option for vegans and others looking for a leather-free market basket. It is 15" in diameter and 9" deep, not including the handle. This fair trade African basket is round with a single black rubber handle that is durable and comfortable to hold. Aside from being sturdy shopping totes, Bolga market baskets also make good laundry baskets and are well suited for storing and toting toys, beach towels, picnic and potluck food, and more. 

We sometimes ship our Bolga market baskets flattened to save on shipping costs, and if so we'll include shaping instructions. It's quick and easy!

If you order this beautiful, fair trade market basket, we will ship the exact one seen in the image. Only one is available.

Our fair trade Bolga baskets are made in the Bolgatanga region of northern Ghana in West Africa. Bolga baskets are among the best known African baskets because of their versatility and durability. They are woven from elephant grass, which grows abundantly in the area. To clean or shape one, simply wet it with cool water, clean and shape it as needed, and allow it to air dry. Store it away from direct sunlight to keep the colors vivid.

About the brand: African Market Baskets is a small business located in Boulder, Colorado that works closely with weavers to ensure fair conditions and wages, as well as high quality products. It is a member of the Fair Trade Federation and Green America, and donates 10% of its profits to Every Basket Helps, a non-profit working to alleviate poverty in northern Ghana.