Xotehe fruit basket painted with urucum and traditional graphism by Yanomami Artisans.
The Yanomami people are indigenous to the Amazon rainforest between Venezuela and Brazil. Using small strings of bark, roots, and native titica vines, Yanomami women weave and decorate baskets with natural pigments, used to store and carry plants, crops and food.
These unique baskets are deep in design and make useful decorative objects in the home, and are perfect for storing fresh fruits, or simply by it self. Dimensions D 33-37 cm xH 2.5-10 cm
Every piece of artisanship is 100% handmade and one-of-a-kind. The product(s) you receive might vary slightly from the picture, due to the uniqueness of each product.
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