The classic French style market baskets,
made with palm leaves and reeds.
Bright and beautiful, made with raffia with
zips and drawstring fastenings.
African market baskets, lightweight but hard wearing in beautiful colours and patterns.
Strong and free standing, made with reed from Morocco and last for years.
Lightweight and strong, with cotton lining or drawstring, no need for a plastic bag.
Be chic on the beach or use as fabulous storage with these large baskets.
Little baskets for little ones - or to make into a wonderful present filled with goodies.
Handbags with zip fastenings to keep everything safe and carry over the shoulder.
From Madagascar, made with
straw and raffia - guarantee a
Perfect for storage around the home or to make into a hamper for special occasions.
Grab a bargain - frequent changes with end of line or seconds on offer.
French Shopping Baskets and African Market Baskets
We are suppliers of fairly traded handmade French style couffin shopping baskets and African market baskets - an attractive, environmentally friendly alternative to plastic bags, with a wide variety of other uses.
Our woven baskets are sturdy and hard wearing, offering years of use and excellent value for money. From lightweight couffin baskets to robust reed carriers, we offer something for all tastes.
Ideal for all types of shopping, BasketBasket products are also used for the beach, picnics, laundry, household storage and much more. They make excellent gifts, although most of our customers like to keep a basket or two for themselves!
As all our baskets are handmade, some may vary slightly from the photos and the details on this site. Each one, however, is chic and unique.
The baskets come from Ghana, Madagascar and Morocco but are well known in markets all over France and Spain. We are always on the look out for new styles so the site is updated regularly.
Chic and Unique
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