Panier Ghana Wave noir et naturel

Panier Ghana Wave noir et naturel

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Un travail fou qui à besoin d'être valorisé. Des heures de travail, de la patience et de la joie, font de ces pièces des œuvres d'art. Une collection Fabuleuse, Pratique. et qui apporte bonne fortune aux artisans qui la fabrique!

Paniers de rangement, paniers à linge, paniers décoratifs, tous les paniers africains Baba Tree sont tissés à la main par des artisans créatifs et fiers de travailler.

Chez Baba Tree ( arbre de baobab) , tout le monde est payé; les tisserands reçoivent de 15 à 20% du prix de détail en tant que commission en plus de toucher un salaire de départ.

Produire un panier prend environ de 2 à 4 jours de travail selon le panier. Ce chiffre n’inclut pas le temps qu’il faut au tisserand pour aller acheter de la paille au marché . Il ne prend pas également compte du temps qu’il faut au tisserand pour préparer la paille et la teindre.

Environ 25,000 noeuds sont tissés par des mains expertes calleuses, afin de créer un panier .


Sommes-nous prêts à payer ces tisserands à leur juste valeur ?

La plupart d’entre nous avons des factures à payer et des budgets à respecter mais…

Nous devons reconnaître le temps qu’il faut pour tisser un panier.

Nous devons aussi récompenser les compétences et le talent artistique qui ont permis de fabriquer un panier finement ouvragé. 


The Baba Tree Basket specializes in supplying unique, hand woven African baskets that are beautiful and functional. Made from all natural materials and woven in Bolga by Baba Tree's incredible artisan weavers, these unique African Baskets add a touch of style to any space in your home or office.


Made from all natural materials and woven in Bolga by Baba Tree's incredible artisan weavers, these unique African Baskets add a touch of style to any space in your home or office.

A basket whose goblet shape resembles a djembe drum that is indigenous to many cultures in West Africa (though not the Gurune of Bolgatanga).

This design kind of happened by accident for us and we’re glad that it did. It’s a marvelous basket for storage and decoration.

Our weavers will receive 15% of the retail price as a commission in addition to what they were initially paid.



The Baba Tree Basket Company Ltd. is an authentic gateway to the finest Bolgatanga market baskets of their kind. We aspire to a new model of ethical business that sees all of us as partners in an unfolding global transformation.



The Baba Tree Basket Company’s founder, Gregory ‘Ayinedollah’ MacCarthy has been traveling to and living in Ghana since winter 1999.

Gregory first went to Ghana to study cultural drumming with the "Ga" tribe, who are based in the Greater Accra Region. After months of sweating it out over a drum, he had some extra brass in his pocket when it came time to leave. He had the quaint idea that buying some beads and cloth, with his surprising surplus of cash, and reselling them in Canada, would be a marvelous way of underwriting his drum studies.

That was the illustrious start of The Baba Tree’s (formerly known as the dubiously named Swingpad International Imports) tenure of being the fairest trader in Bolgatanga.

The Baba Tree’s world headquarters are based in Bolgatanga in Ghana’s Upper East Region where Gregory is surrounded by a beloved team of endearingly dedicated employees who suffer his presence daily.

Arriving at The Baba Tree’s compound every day are dozens, sometimes hundreds, of weavers—men, women, children, and students—many of whom The Baba Tree has been working with for years. These are the people that butter our bread and must be compensated more fully for their artistry if Bolgatanga has any chance of developing.

Cutting through Gregory’s delusional nature with searing effect is the vision that everyone that joins him on this undulating apple cart called The Baba Tree Basket Company must benefit, if they allow it, by walking away with great product, abundance, an open heart, and hope. He prays for this every day.

He is still a hopeless drummer.