Large hanging Moroccan palm leaf basket
A fabulous basket that looks great on the floor or hanging. The large hanging moroccan palm leaf basket will be that final accessory as you put the finishing touches to a room. Made in the hills around Marrakech by talented artisans who have had their skills passed down through generations.
These are large cylindrical baskets with looped handles to carry and long twisted handles to hang. The long handles are easily removed if you want to use them on the floor.
They can also be used as storage baskets and look great in a huddle. You may also like our basket like big storage basket.
Approximate size of baskets:
diameter 30 cm coming into 28 cm at the top
height 30 cm
Please do note that there is variation in sizes owing to them being handmade so if the size of your basket is important, please give us a ring so we can find the perfect one for you!
Our love of Morocco and its artisans
Growing up in the south of Spain the cities of Sevilla, Córdoba and Granada were so close. The strong Moorish influences in Spain led to my love of Morocco and its style.
We have a carefully curated collection of stylish Moroccan homewares, jewellery and accessories all handcrafted and made by the talented artisans in their small workshops of both Marrakech and Essaouira. Each item is unique as each is handmade. No two items are ever quite the same. We have a collection of one offs which we display in our shop and other items collected in small numbers that are available on our website.We also have a selection available each weekend at our pop up stall at Altrincham Market.
Come and join us to select something unusual for yourself or a lovely original gift for a friend. We choose the more classic styles in muted colours but sometimes just cannot resist a flash of Moroccan colour!
We welcome you to BE where we are proud to source from ethical traders and artisans themselves. Many of our suppliers are found on our travels around local markets bringing income to our local communities. Thank you for supporting this trend
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