Handmade by the Wounaan weavers of the Darién rainforest in Panama the Hösig Di basket takes influence from the traditional geometric patterns of pre-Columbian art and materials and inspiration from the forest. The artists sew palm fibers into the coils of the Naguala palm lending the basket its structure. Fibers are dyed using nature's elements—seeds fruits flowers and the like. The entire process is scrupulous and construction can range from several months to years. But the resulting effect of the immense detail and piercing patterns is immeasurable."
Hösig Di is the Wounaan term for the original coil-construction baskets. Each piece is one of a kind and is made using local materials and dyes. Silk-stitch technique. This basket took 9 months to construct and features a geometric pattern in brown, black and natural tones. Sits flat on a table or shelf.Country of Origin: PA
Material: Chunga Palm, Naguala Fibers, Vegetal Dyes
Care: Avoid Direct Sunlight.