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Basket Bohemian Style in Biscuit, Linen Grey,Slate Grey or Beige. This basket tote is handwoven to order and is the loveliest natural texture in a cotton ribbon braid.

Seen here in Biscuit.

Colours now available (left to right last photo):
pale denim, dark chocolate, slate grey, pale grey, biscuit, beige, cafe creme, blue grey

Leather base is now an option.

Perfect with denims and linens it is destined to be a classic favourite in your wardrobe - so easy to co-ordinate.

Lined in pure natural linen.

One open leather smartphone pocket and one inner zip pocket. Magnetic snap fasteners for closure. Dark stained wooden clutch handles.


Width: approx. 16ins (40cm)
Height: (from top of handles) approx.16ins (44cm)
Depth: approx: 2ins (5cm)

Dimensions can be altered slightly according to your requirements.

Please see shop announcement page for up to date news, lead-times and special offers.

Handwoven one at a time for you here in my rustic old studio in lovely rural France.

**The weave is very securely woven with strengthened stitched seams using saddlery strength thread and a leather industrial sewing machine for sturdy finish. The weave is strong cotton fabric braid which can be spot cleaned with ordinary wash detergent. The weave is very durable.**

Merci beaucoup!
Alexandra Ritchie

Basket Bohemian Style in Biscuit Brown, Grey, Fawn, Slate or Beige. Woven to Order

$265.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cotton braid, wooden handles, natural lining
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from France
  • Feedback: 349 reviews
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