Buy Planet Baskets | strong wicker baskets

Probably the strongest and definitely the greenest wicker baskets on the planet !

Natural Rattan Wicker Basket, Set of Four strong wicker baskets

We’ve teamed up with WILDASH London so you can buy baskets in their shop on Portobello Road and online

Or you can call Emily on (+44)07802 732 753 to purchase

Strong Wicker Basket | Log Basket

Medium Wicker Log Basket

Handwoven from unbleached, wild rattan

  • 50 x 35 cm
  • £29

Large strong Wicker Basket | Log Basket

Large Wicker Log Basket

Handwoven from unbleached, wild rattan

  • 60 x 45 cm
  • £64

Extra Large strong Wicker Basket | Large Log Basket

Extra Large Wicker Log Basket

Handwoven from unbleached, wild rattan

  • 75 x 65cm
  • £78

Giant strong Wicker Basket | Large Log Basket

Giant Wicker Log Basket

Handwoven from unbleached, wild rattan

  • 85 x 70 cm
  • £.115

Natural Rattan strong Wicker Baskets, Set of Four strong wicker baskets, planet baskets

Set of 4 Wicker Baskets

  • Giant (85 x 70 cm), XL (75 x 65 cm), large (60 x 45 cm) and medium (50 x 35 cm)
  • £225.00

Wildash London

Our log baskets are on sale in the Wildash London shop at 281 Portobello Road

These extremely strong and durable log baskets are woven from, unbleached, wild, rattan vines. The large log baskets have 4 handles so they can be lifted by two people. The handles are woven into the structure of the basket so they do not drop off.

The baskets have a beautiful natural colour because all the rattan gathered is used, including the darker waste rattan that cannot be sold to the rattan factories in Java and China.The baskets are a traditional design used by the indigenous Dayak communities to collect rubber and fruits in the rainforest.

It has been tried and tested for hundreds of years in an extreme working environment. They are shower proof and tough and will last for years in the house or garden.  The rattan is cultivated and gathered from the rainforest without causing damage to the forest.

Emily has set up the  “Planet Basket” workshops to enable the local Dayak community to grow and make sustainable rattan baskets to export directly to the global market. She is working in partnership with the Katingan Project, a 200 000 hectare Ecosystem Restoration Concession (ERC) in central Kalimantan, which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by reducing deforestation and restoring the peat swamp forests whilst safeguarding the community and biodiversity in the region.


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