Bicycle Basket

No two bicycle baskets are exactly alike which makes each one a unique work of art. With each basket you receive the name of the weaver.

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  • 1561_t

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • plain oblong_t

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 2024_t

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 2688

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 3054_t

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 3066_t

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 01192014_BB_049

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 01192014_BB_048

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • IMG_331112_2

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 20131208_BB_036

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 20131208_BB_039

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 20131208_BB_027

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 20131208_BB_023

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 20131208_BB_020

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 01192014_BB_056

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 01192014_BB_052

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 01192014_BB_017

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 01192014_BB_012

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 01192014_BB_050

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.


  • 01192014_BB_036

    Asungtaba Bike Basket

    $61.00

    The Asungtaba bicycle basket is handwoven from a tropical grass called the elephant grass or veta vera.

    All dyes used are natural without artificial sealants, they will fade over time. Each basket comes with leather straps.

    Asungtaba means “helping each other succeed” in Frafra, the language of Joseph and his community of basket weavers.