Woven African Iringa Storage Basket
Due to the handcrafted nature, no two designs will be exactly alike giving you a lasting one-of-a-kind product to treasure for years to come.
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Returns & Refunds
We unconditionally guarantee all unused or defective merchandise for 30 days from the receipt of shipment. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase you may return or exchange any unused or defective merchandise for a prompt refund or exchange.
All items must be in the condition you received them with all hang tags attached and in the original box. Items that are abused, broken, used, washed or damaged may not be returned.
Your form of payment will be credited for the price of item less the shipping unless the product is determined defective. Your credit will appear after we have received and processed your returned item through our return procedure.
Please send returns to:
3639 NE Rosa Parks Way
Portland, OR 97211
*include your name, order number and reason for return
If you have further questions you may contact us at customerservice(at)connectedgoods(dot)com or 503-477-4146
This Hand-woven African Basket is made from milulu grass, a reed-like swamp grass in East Africa. Its beautiful design can be incorporated into just about any home design.
Handmade in the city of Iringa, about 300 miles from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - home of the Hehe people.
* featured in Vogue Living Magazine *
Makes a great gift for any home decor enthusiast!
- large: 13" x 13"
- medium: 11" x 11"
- small: 10" x 10"
Meet the Artisans
This item is fairly made in Africa. Each artisan is able to work from the comfort of their own home and community. The fair payment they receive will not be reduced by traveling expenses, childcare costs or haggled prices. The artisans use their earnings to put food on the table and pay educational expenses for their children.