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Large Artisan Bowls by Amsha

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Regular price $60.00

Intricate bowls made by women in various regions of Africa using sweetgrass and sisal fibers extracted from agave plants. Baskets are hand-dyed. Each piece comes with a string attached, allowing them to be hung as art or used around your home. 

large bowl: approx. 12" diameter

About the maker

Amsha is a Portland, Oregon based company employing independent artists throughout Africa. Their mission is to empower independent artists by supporting "skills training, market access, fair pay... and a path for economic independence". Founder Laura Walker first stepped on the continent of Africa in 2008. After several trips spent traipsing through Sub-Saharan Africa, a summer in South Africa working in social enterprise, and a deep sense of awe for its diverse people and cultures, she knew she could use business as a tool for social change. With her background in design and business, Laura founded Amsha.

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