Small Artisan Bowls by Amsha
Intricate bowls made by women in various regions of Africa.
The sweetgrass and sisal fibers used to make the bowls are extracted from agave plants.
Baskets are hand-dyed, and each piece comes with a string attached, allowing them to be hung as art or used around your home!
small bowl: approx. 8" 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.
We currently offer shipping to North America. Shipping is a flat rate of $8 and free on orders of $100+
Exchanges welcome within 15 days of purchase. Items must be unwashed/unworn, tags on, and in original condition.