Pink, Pink & Yellow, Yellow, Brown, Yellow & Orange
$59.99 – $79.99
The traditional handicraft of collecting, dying and weaving baskets from natural pandanus fibres and plant dyes sourced from the bush is a tradition that is handed down through generations.
With their smaller size and handles, these baskets have been specifically hand made for use in your learning space. They are perfect for sorting, storing collections or for children to store and carry their treasures in a play-based environment.
All baskets have been ethically sourced from the artist, with all monies paid directly to the artist.
Joy Wilfred is a skilled fibre artist from Numbulwar community, East Arnhem Land, NT. Joy specialises in pandanus baskets, mats and other fibre arts.
Tina Wilfred is a skilled fibre artist from Numbulwar community, East Arnhem Land, NT. Tina specialises in pandanus baskets, mats and jewellery.
Numbulwar is located in East Arnhem Land on the coast of the Gulf of Carpenteria.
The people of this region traded with the Maccassans people for thousands of years. Permanent settlement of Numbulwar began in 1952 with the founding of the Rose River Mission by local Aboriginal communities and the Anglican Church Missionary Society.
Some of the clan groups include the Numamurdirdi, Nunggumadjbarr, Nunggargalu, Nundhirribala, Nglami, Murrungun, Wurramurra, Lalara, Wunungmurra, Mangurra and Wilfreds.
Nunggubuyu/Wubuyu is the main language spoken at Numbulwar with other Aboriginal languages spoken including Kriol with English generally a second language.
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