These small basket bowls were woven by hand in Amazonas, a tiny village of 300 people on the banks of the Amazon River of Peru. Talented women artisans, living in the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve of the Loreto region, take 3-5 days to make each of these colorful bowls by hand. Colorful strands of palm grasses and grey natural beads are handwoven together in a unique bowl.
They measure approximately 22 cm in diameter and 4.5 cm in depth. Handmade items vary in color and measurements from item to item.