African basket / Rwanda Basket / African basket with a lid / African woven basket / Agaseke / African baskets / Woven basket
Africa baskets / Agaseke / Rwanda Basket / African basket with a lid / African woven basket / African baskets / Woven basket
Whenever something is covered, it raises curiosity. Agaseke is one such example. This pointed basket has for centuries been used at weddings. “Agaseke was a sign of love and peace.
Because the Agaseke is covered, only the person meant to receive it actually gets to know the real content which is inside
Agaseke is a hand-woven basket made from sisal, sweet grass, and raffia. Requiring a lot of precision and patience, this basket is traditionally made by women and has been part of Rwandan culture for centuries. Traditionally, they have been exchanged among families during wedding ceremonies and used to stock food in the household.
This African basket serves as interior decoration and table setting, office decoration, Storing special things and as a gift to your special one
Each Purchase of these baskets gives jobs, empowerment and restore the dignity of Underpaid women Weavers in one of African Countries called Rwanda
Is approximately 16 inches tall and 8" wide,