ATEBUBU: Vegan Baby Changing Basket with Plain Handles

£ 116.00
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Description

We’re delighted to announce the arrival of ATEBUBU - our beautiful handwoven baby changing basket, ethically and carefully produced by our partner co-operative in Northern Ghana. 

Choose to accessorise your basket with an array of essentials for your newborns ultimate comfort. Combine a foam mattress and cotton sheet or choose to upgrade to a natural coconut coir and wool mattress (made from hundreds of coconut fibres and recommended for newborn babies) and organic cotton sheet. Or make a statement and buy the basket alone to feature as a gorgeous tabletop tray! ATEBUBU features plain woven carry handles rather leather wrapped making this a vegan friendly basket.

These ethical nursery accessories make the perfect eco baby gift and will transform any chest of drawers or floor space into a stylish changing area for your little one. Once the days of nappy changing are behind you, this flat woven basket can be put to use all over the home and nursery – a truly practical keepsake.

The majority of the weavers who produce these baby baskets are men, having been taught the age-old art of basket weaving from their own mothers and fathers.  Agricultural work is the mainstay of most weavers’ family incomes, but poor rainfall and drought makes life extremely challenging. Basket weaving, and producing these exquisite woven baskets, brings women and men the opportunity to earn a valuable second income.

Each changing basket takes around three days to weave, using a grass called veta vera (also known as ‘elephant grass’) which grows wild in Ghana and is remarkably sturdy when woven.  

Want to know more about the people behind the baskets? Meet the weavers here.  

Material:  VETA VERA GRASS

Dimensions: L70-80cm x W44-54cm x H10-13cm

If you need a specific size please let us know prior to placing your order.

Please note, as this is a handmade product, dimensions & colour may vary from those shown in the photographs.

FAIR TRADE & HANDMADE IN GHANA

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Meet The makers