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Blue Anansi Bolga Basket

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Destination: Kumasi , Ghana

There’s nothing quite like a ripped grocery bag to ruin your day. Luckily this woven basket, from the Bolgatana region of Ghana, is so sturdy you could probably buy out your local watermelon vendor and not have to worry. Made from the famously durable Veta vera grass, we named it after the mythical spider Anansi—a great weaver of both webs and stories.


Perhaps the most prominent figure in West African folklore, Anansi is the God of stories, having received them from the Sky God Nyame as a reward for cleverly completing tasks that the latter had set for him. A gre... Read More

Details and Dimensions

14.5" H, 16" D

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