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Market Basket w/ Short Handles

Medina Baskets

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Market Basket w/ Short Handles

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Product Information

Made of:

seagrass

Size:

11" x 15"

Color:

tan

Care:

Recommended for indoor use. Do not place in direct sunlight.

Why We Love This

Whether you take it to the market or use it for storage, this woven sea grass basket is a useful country-chic accent.

Medina has been importing clothes and totes from Halima, a small factory in Marrakech, for 30 years. Today both Medina and Halima are family-owned businesses, run by the founders' daughters.

Why We Love This

Whether you take it to the market or use it for storage, this woven sea grass basket is a useful country-chic accent.

Medina has been importing clothes and totes from Halima, a small factory in Marrakech, for 30 years. Today both Medina and Halima are family-owned businesses, run by the founders' daughters.