Kaisa Hamper Kaisa Hamper

$99.00

Made in Bangladesh by Prokritee

Measures 15''Lx20''Wx27''H, 2...

Made in Bangladesh by Prokritee

Measures 15''Lx20''Wx27''H, 2 1/2" handles

Made of Kaisa Grass

*Price includes shipping. Handling fee will be calculated at checkout.

*THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO PO BOXES.*

*THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE SHIPPED OUTSIDE OF THE U.S.*

This storage hamper is not only beautifully woven, but also incredibly sizeable and delightfully durable. This hamper is perfect for laundry, whether it be dirty or clean. Thoughtful details include handles for easy transport and a well-fitting lid to maintain a clean, untampered aesthetic. This hamper allows only what is beautiful to be experienced.

About Prokritee:
Hajigangj Handicrafts Crochet Unit was set up in 2005 by Prokritee to support Behari families. This ethnical group in the North of Bangladesh had to flee their home twice, during the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947 and again after the independence of Bangladesh in 1971. Their chances for healthy homes, education, and income had become very low. With support of Prokritee, many women now have good financial supports, changing their livelihood and giving them chances to buy food, clothing, and education for their children.

Made in Bangladesh by Prokritee

Measures 15''Lx20''Wx27''H, 2 1/2" handles

Made of Kaisa Grass

*Price includes shipping. Handling fee will be calculated at checkout.

*THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO PO BOXES.*

*THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE SHIPPED OUTSIDE OF THE U.S.*

This storage hamper is not only beautifully woven, but also incredibly sizeable and delightfully durable. This hamper is perfect for laundry, whether it be dirty or clean. Thoughtful details include handles for easy transport and a well-fitting lid to maintain a clean, untampered aesthetic. This hamper allows only what is beautiful to be experienced.

About Prokritee:
Hajigangj Handicrafts Crochet Unit was set up in 2005 by Prokritee to support Behari families. This ethnical group in the North of Bangladesh had to flee their home twice, during the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947 and again after the independence of Bangladesh in 1971. Their chances for healthy homes, education, and income had become very low. With support of Prokritee, many women now have good financial supports, changing their livelihood and giving them chances to buy food, clothing, and education for their children.