Global Goods Partners

Handwoven Market Basket

$80
Global Goods Partners

Handwoven Market Basket

$80
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To market, to market.

Spot us at a local farmers market or beach or park, and you’ll probably see us toting one of these versatile, sturdy baskets full of fresh fruits and vegetables, sandwiches, or a bouquet of flowers. They're handwoven from natural vetiver and feature leather handles for tossing them over a shoulder or hook, with room aplenty for our produce, picnic supplies, on-the-go essentials, you name it. Plus, since each one cuts such a pretty profile, we wanna use 'em to corral blankets or cords at home, too. And we haven’t even gotten to our favorite part: These wonders are woven in Ghana by female artisans—part of an initiative that teams up with artists around the world. Choose from a trio of fetching colors: natural brown, midnight, or geo—they're each one-of-a-kind gems.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

But before you go, why not snag a few tips for navigating any greenmarket and making the most of that local produce?

To market, to market.

Spot us at a local farmers market or beach or park, and you’ll probably see us toting one of these versatile, sturdy baskets full of fresh fruits and vegetables, sandwiches, or a bouquet of flowers. They're handwoven from natural vetiver and feature leather handles for tossing them over a shoulder or hook, with room aplenty for our produce, picnic supplies, on-the-go essentials, you name it. Plus, since each one cuts such a pretty profile, we wanna use 'em to corral blankets or cords at home, too. And we haven’t even gotten to our favorite part: These wonders are woven in Ghana by female artisans—part of an initiative that teams up with artists around the world. Choose from a trio of fetching colors: natural brown, midnight, or geo—they're each one-of-a-kind gems.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

But before you go, why not snag a few tips for navigating any greenmarket and making the most of that local produce?