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Diamond Kaisa Basket (SM)

A simple statement piece, the Diamond Kaisa Basket is hand-woven by women working with our fair trade partner Dhaka Handicrafts in rural Bangladesh. In addition to steady, fair wages and the flexibility to work from home, Dhaka Handicrafts provides training in new techniques to help women expand their skills.

HANDCRAFTED IN BANGLADESH

  • Kaisa grass and cotton wrapping
  • Two handles (one on each side of the basket): 9.75 inches; Basket Base: 13.5D (at top external opening) x 7.5D (at bottom) x 13.5H (not including lid) inches;Lid: 13.5D x 11.75D (internal lip) x 7.75D (including knob on top);Knob on lid: 2.5D (widest point) x 2.25H inches;Overall: 13.5D x 20.75H inches
  • Handcrafted in Bangladesh

SKU: 6612120

THE MAKERS

Dhaka Handicrafts is a craft producing and exporting organization that has expanded its business throughout the world on the basis of fair trade principles. The organization promotes craft products through enhancing the skills of rural artisans in Bangladesh. All products are produced after careful analysis of Western taste and demands in terms of design and materials. The primary goal is to maintain high quality products for which artisans are paid fairly. Dhaka Handicrafts deals with its artisans in a transparent manner, and seeks to improve their social and economic well-being. Self-reliance is encouraged through a savings plan for artisans. Ten Thousand Villages has purchased products from Dhaka Handicrafts since 1986.
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Welcome to our global maker-to-market movement where, together with 20,000 artisans, we ignite social change. We create opportunities for individuals, families, and communities in developing countries to thrive through strong relationships, fair wages, safe working conditions, and sustainable practices.

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