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Handwoven Baskets

Made in Tanzania

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Welcome!

 Zuri Collection is a socially responsible brand dedicated to bringing you beautiful style and stories from East African countries like Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda. We partner directly with artisans and entrepreneurs who are making an impact in their own communities by providing jobs that pay fairly.  Zuri means "beautiful" in Swahili, and we believe in celebrating and honoring the beauty of everyone's story! We want to invite you to join our story. By purchasing from Zuri, you are helping our artisan partners achieve their dreams, grow their businesses, and provide for their families. Enjoy perusing our collection of beautiful, handcrafted bags, home goods, and jewelry!

Here's to using our purchasing power for good!

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African Baskets, Fruit Bowls, Tanzania
$ 32.00

Fruit Bowl, Stripe, Gray

Dimensions (diameter x height x base):   

Small: 27 x 8 x 10 cm

Medium: 35 x 12 x 15 cm

Large: 46 x 15 x 22 cm

XL: 55 x 16 x 30 cm

Handmade in the hills of Mafiga Matatu in East Africa, tri-border region between Rwanda, Tanzania, and Burundi, these beautiful baskets incorporate natural, indigenous materials to achieve beautiful yet functional designs.

Skilled artisans weave together sustainable fibers and Tanzanian fabrics to create all-purpose products that add an exotic flair to any home. These products provide their creators with an eco-friendly means of livelihood.

Because these baskets are meticulously hand woven over a period of several days or weeks, each one carries with it the spirit of the creator who made it.

We hope you love the simple elegance of these baskets that add a meaningful yet natural accents to your household storage or room décor.    

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$ 25.00

$ 42.00

Kisongo Bracelet, Black

6.2 - 7.5" Glass beaded bracelet decorated with 5 24K gold plated glass beaded bars, finished with 14K gold fill adjustable closure. Made entirely by hand in Tanzania by Maasai women.