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baskets from the Tutusi people of Rwanda or Burundi

baskets from the Tutusi people of Rwanda or Burundi

Africa | 'Igeseke' basket from the Tutsi people of Rwanda or Burundi (Great lakes area) | ca. prior to 1940 | Grass and other fibers

Known as 'Igiseke' in Kirundi the national language of Burundi. It'a a basket made of grass and other fibers.

KIKUYU Locale: LAIKIPIA, KIJABE Country: KENYA Material: HIDE, CORD, DYE, PIGMENT Dimensions: L:40 W:39 [in CM] Acquisition Year: 1907 | Anthropology

Basket from the Kikuyu people of Kijabe, Kenya, hide, cord, dye and pigment…

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'Igeseke' Tutsi lidded woven basket, resembling the woven baskets often found underneath offering tables in ancient Egyptian tomb paintings.

Africa | Basket with lid from the Batutsi people of Zambia | Grass | ca. 1906

Africa~~Basket with lid from the Batutsi people of Zambia.

Africa | Basket with lid from Zambia | Natural fiber / raffia | ca. 1908

Basket with lid from Zambia. Natural fiber / raffia, ca.

Africa |  Basket from the Binga region of Zimbabwe | Natural fiber

Description: These unique hand-woven baskets make impressive wall features

Africa | Lidded basket from the Hausa people.  West Africa | 20th century

Africa | Lidded basket from the Hausa people. West Africa | 20th century

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Ethiopia food storage and serving table basket of plant fibre & pigments, ca

Africa | "Mbangu" lidded storage basket from the Bakongo people.  Nsoyo, Matadi, Congo | ca. 1916

"Mbangu" Basket From The Bakongo People. Nsoyo, Matadi, Congo, Ca.