Hand Woven Baskets(40 items)
Welcome to the Hand Woven Basket Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Review on Hand Woven Baskets
I loved this unique basket after seeing it in the new arrivals section of your website. The workmanship is outstanding and the colors blend together perfectly. Thank you , Mr. Anaba, you are a true artisan and I hope to see more of your crafts via Novica. Rochelle, N.J. April 6, 2018
Hope of the Forest Eco-friendly handwoven natural fiber baskets
"Many of the women of the Rio Tahuano basin knew how to weave baskets, bags, hammocks, fans and more. They realized that the baskets could be sold to help improve their quality of life."
"Its location in the Peruvian Amazonian... read more
Popular Hand Woven Baskets
Chambira Tree Fiber Decorative Basket in Viridian from Peru, "Magical Weave in Viridian"$39.99
In hues of viridian and ecru, natural fiber from the chambira tree is used to hand-weave this magical decorative basket from Peru. Working to improve the livelihood of the people of Iquitos, Peru, the artisans of Hope of the Forest create this star-shaped basket, detailed with lovely openwork patterns and petite beads of littleleaf boxwood.
Handwoven Natural Fiber Square Basket from Peru, "Natural Square"$47.99
Artisans Hope of The Forest work to improve the livelihood of the people of Iquitos, Peru, by hand-weaving this stunning decorative basket. Chambira tree fiber is used in its natural tone and given a square shape making it the perfect minimalist accessory to put on the table or kitchen island.
Natural Pine Needle Decorative Basket from Nicaragua, "Vibrant Culture"$44.99
Celebrating Nicaraguan culture, Tamara Pereira creates this beautiful decorative basket. Pereira works with natural pine needles, coiled and woven together with navy and antique white threads to create a starry appearance. A loop on the back makes this basket perfect for display on a wall.
Hand Crafted Palm Fiber Basket or Tray, "Tradition in my Kitchen"$79.99
This beautiful basket is woven from natural yagua palm fibers by Maria Isabel Montoya in Nicaragua. After being prepared in the traditional way, the palm leaves are bound into coils to form the basket. Braided handles make it easy to use as a serving tray if desired. The basket arrives with a removable lacy round mat that is also crafted from palm fibers.