• Woven out of a rich brown color, this lion mask has a rich color that fills his face, except for under his snout, which is woven in a pale tan. His chin is also highlighted in a pale tan color. 10" W x 10" H, by Embera weaver Bertilia Chami. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Wide black triangles are woven into the long beak of this tribal toucan series. Each head has a shock of black hair and collar shows black triangles on white. 6" W x 22" H, by Embera weaver Elena Mellisama. Sold individually $250 each. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A long brown woven beak hangs from this smaller sized hummingbird. Brown and white decorates his cheeks and a bright red color lines his eyes. 4" W x 14" H, by Embera weaver Emelia Caisamo. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A long red beak hangs vertically from this smaller sized mask. Black and white lines decorate his cheeks, and black and white fuzz also sticks up from his head. 4" W x 14" H, by Embera weaver Emelia Caisamo. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Gray and black stitches form shapes on this horse mask. Fine even stitches line his cheeks and eyes, and tall black hair sits on top of his head. 5" W x 13" H, by Embera weaver Felicinda Guaynora. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Brown and black stripes line this beautiful foal mask. Tiny straight stitches are the sign of a master weaver in this smaller mask, completed with a tuft of black hair on top. 5" W x 13" H, by Embera weaver Felicinda Guaynora. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Brown and black stripes line the forehead and cheeks of this striped horse mask. He has small black ears and a triangle decorated collar. 7" W x 16" H, by Embera weaver Felicinda Guaynora. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A brown long-nose anteater mask with a black and white spotted face. Black pointed ears sprout from his head. 9" W x 14" H, by an Embera Mask Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A creamy colored woven monkey mask with white fuzz surrounding his face. Black fuzz fills in the back collar, and red stitching lines his lips. 9" W x 11" H, by an Embera Mask Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A spotted tiger mask with a bright red nose and pale whiskers. Black spots fill in the closely cropped head. 10" W x 19" H, by an Embera Mask Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A natural colored macaw decorated with spikes on his beak. Brown and cream colored tufts of fuzz sprout from his head and neck, and brown stitching lines his eye and face. 8" W x 13" H, by an Embera Mask Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A red macaw mask filled with fuzz around the top, and around the top and back is an earthy deep green color. A black woven beak and red lines in stitches decorate his face. 8" W x 11" H, by an Embera Mask Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Creamy feathers surround the face of this beaked macaw. A bright blue tuft decorates his head, while thin stitches line his cheeks. 10" W x 11" H, by an Embera Mask Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • (left) A traditional muneca male 'doll' fully woven out of the same shredded palm as the baskets and masks. All vegetal colors show a traditional design on his chin. upper body and legs. Colorful stripes decorate his torso, and he is completed with a head piece and a colorful loincloth. (right) A muneca female 'doll' fully woven with long black hair, a crown of feather designs, and her body decorated with the traditional 'tattoos' that run from the jaw line down. She wears a colorful 'paruma' skirt, as the weavers still wear today. 5" W x 13" H, by the Cunana Family Weavers, a mother/daughter team who spends 2 months weaving each pair. Sold individually $600 each. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Flattened masks that have a low, wide shape. All the wonderful details included: teeth, tongues, whiskers.
    • (top) Black and white stitching decorates the face and collar of this tiger plate. A red woven tongue stick out from between white woven teeth.
    • (bottom left) Brown and black designs decorate his face and ears, while black whiskers sprout from beside his nose. A red woven tongue lies in his mouth, lined with wrapped white teeth.
    • (bottom right) Brown and black stitches decorate this cat's flat woven face. His eyes are lined in black lashes, and black and white whiskers sprout from beside his nose.
    10" W x 11" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Sold individually at $150, $210, $240. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Brown fuzzy bear mask with black spots around his eyes and black ears on top. His snout is lined in black. 11" W x 11" H, by Embera Weaver Roxana Barrigon. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Gray & brown fuzzy bear with white spots around his eyes. Fuzzy black ears sit atop his head. 10" W x 9" H, by Embera Weaver Roxana Barrigon. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Pale tan and brown stitches in fine lines decorate the cheeks of this tiger mask. Lined ears and a brown snout complete his look. 7" W x 7" H, by Embera Weaver Roberto Valdoespino. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Black and white stitching forms swirling cultural designs on the face and collar of this jaguar mask. Pointy black ears and triangle designs complete his collar. 9" W x 9" H, by Embera Weaver Eloidita Chami. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A cultural brown and white woven jaguar mask, featuring pointy ears and a decorated collar. 9" W x 10" H, by Embera Weaver Eloidita Chami. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Finely woven swirly brown and black cheeks decorate the face of this cultural cat. His mouth, tear-drop shaped eyes and nostrils are all lined in thin black stitches. 10" W x 11" H, by Embera Weaver Eloidita Chami. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • White spots decorate the cheeks of this perky dog. His woven little ears stick out on top of his finely woven head. 8" W x 12" H, by Embera Weaver Erenia Cabrera. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A long-nose woven horse with a shock of black hair between his perky ears. 6" W x 15" H, by Embera Weaver Iliana Israma. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Red and brown spots decorate the forehead pf this colorful long beaked hummingbird/ His chin shows black, green and tan, with brown swirls around his eyes. 12" W x 11" H, by Embera Weaver Dorotea Sabugara. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Bright green , gold and pink decorates this hummingbird's head. Red and green swirls line his eyes making him one of the most colorful hummingbirds we have in the collection. 13" W x 11" H, by Embera Weaver Dorotea Sabugara. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • This large, long nosed hummingbird has a colorful green and yellow collar, red lined eyes, and a long blue beak. Black and white fuzz decorates his head. 7" W x 22" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Gold fuzz decorates this owl mask forehead and chin, with spotted black and white cheeks. His eyes are lined in yellow, and his beak woven in a bright yellow color. 12" W x 12" H, by Embera Weaver Roxana Barrigon. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A larger, heart-shaped owl mask with a fuzzy head and woven pointy beak. His face is surrounded with gray, brown and white fuzz, and eyes lined in brown and green stitches. 16" W x 13" H, by Embera Weaver Roxana Barrigon. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A grande and impressive fuzzy monkey mask with long black and gray hair, rounded ears and a decorated face. Black swirls line his cheeks, eyes, nostrils and mouth. 15" W x 15" H, by Embera Weaver Roxana Barrigon. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • One of the most unique and exciting masks recently received, the horned cow features long black woven 'horns' on top of a black and white face. 11" W x 18" H, by Embera Weaver Erenia Cabrera. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A petite pink tiger mask with long woven ears. White cheeks are outlined in black stitching, and the collar is decorated in pink, black, and white steps. 5" W x 6" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A reddish brown petite tiger mask with black lined cheeks and eyes. He has a white chin and perky little black woven ears. 8" W x 8" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A series of tiny fuzzy tigers showing red lined nostrils and white teeth with a red tongue. Brown and black fuzz fill in his nose and ears, with white filling in his mouth and chin. 8" W x 7" H, by Embera Weaver Roxana Barrigon. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A series of tiny fuzzy tigers showing red lined nostrils and white teeth with a red tongue. Brown and black fuzz fill in his nose and ears, with white filling in his mouth and chin. 8" W x 7" H, by Embera Weaver Roxana Barrigon. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A series of fuzzy black panthers with long whiskers and white woven teeth holding in a bright red tongue. 8" W x 8" H, by Embera Weaver Pascacio Veldespino. Sold individually, $270-$280. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • A brown spotted owl mask surrounded with brown and white spotted fuzz. His brown beak has white fuzz around it, as well as white eyebrows. 11" W x 11" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Black and white decorations decorate the cheeks of this petite mask. The collar is finished with green stitching on white, and his black head fuzz shows a tuft of yellow in front. 5" W x 9" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A parrot mask decorated with a curled black beak with a yellow chin. His face is decorated with blue lined triangles over white, and red lined eyes. Finished with red, black, and white hair. 5" W x 11" W, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A colorful pointy beaked hummingbird with bright colors decorating his head. Green stitches on a golden woven face holds a pink pointy woven beak. 9" W x 8" H, by Embera Weaver Dorotea Sabugara. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A colorful pointy beaked hummingbird with bright colors decorating his head. An orange woven face holds a pink pointy woven beak. 9" W x 8" H, by Embera Weaver Dorotea Sabugara. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A petite brown woven monkey mask. Completed with gray hair. 7" W x 8" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • A petite decorated monkey with bright pink lips. Completed with black and gray hair. 7" W x 8" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A petite monkey mask woven with a brown face highlighting white lined eyes. Completed with White fuzz at his cheeks. 7" W x 8" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • One of the smallest little monkey masks in the collection showing a brown face and black lined eyes and lips. 8" W x 9" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • This petite monkey mask is one of the smallest we have in the collection. A tan woven face is decorated with black rings and white lips. 7" W x 8" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A black and white tribal monkey mask, with wide white shapes on his face and black hair on top, completed with a white fuzzy chin. 11" W x 11" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • A petite monkey mask with a finely woven brown face and black lined eyes and nostrils. He is completed with black fuzz around his head. 8" W x 9" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • This monkey mask has a gray and black face, with white lined eyes and a white shock of hair on top of his head. 9" W x 10" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Brown rings are stitched across his black cheeks, and his head is surrounded by a shock of brown and gray hair. A pop of color in his bright pink lips stands out against the dark tones of his face. 11" W x 12" H, by Embera Weaver Dorotea Sabugara. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • White swirls line both sides of his face, decorated with brown lips. His fuzzy collar is black with white underneath, and his beard is gray. 11" W x 11" H, by Embera Weaver Dorotea Sabugara. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Black designs decorate the face of this monkey mask. The top of his head has black fuzzy hair, around his cheeks is a gray fuzz, and at the bottom is a brown beard. 10" W x 11" H, by Embera Weaver Dorotea Sabugara. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Swirling brown and white designs cover this monkeys face on both sides. His lips are lined in red and beard completed in a patch of white. 12" W x 12" H, by Embera Weaver Dorotea Sabugara. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Gold swirls decorate this parrots cheeks, twisting around brown and tan shaded stitching. Red outlines his eye, and a shock of blue, gold and white 'fuzz' decorates his head and collar. 9" W x 12" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A white 'beard' surrounds the head of this woven hummingbird with a long beak. The fuzzy parts have bright red, yellow, blue and orange in spots around the top and sides. 7" W x 15" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A long-nosed hummingbird with bright blue cheeks stitched together in a brilliant yellow. The same color combination sticks out of the top of his head as his feathers. Eyes are lined in a green and pink combination. 7" W x 19" H, by Embera Weaver Erenia Cabrera. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • A woven white star decorates the sides of this black hummingbird. A touch of bright color decorates his eyes in pink stitching. 6" W x 19" H, by Embera Weaver Iliana Isarama. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • His head measures 13" W x 13" H, but those fantastic big ears add another 4 inches. This brown, black and creamy white big cat mask shows rounded nostrils lined in a dark brown, open mouth, and a serious looking brow. His collar is a row of triangles finished in a tan and dark brown. 17" W x 17" H, by Embera Weaver Eloidita Chami. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Black and white stitching decorates his face and forms a pattern on his nose. Triangles surround his collar, and black whiskers complete his catty look. 13" W x 18" H, by Embera Weaver Eloidita Chami. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • Black stitching swirls into wide woven shapes around a creamy white and rich brown. His collar is decorated in brown with black stitching, and ears lined in black and white triangles. 14" W x 15" H, by an Embera Master Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • 19" H x 3" D, by Zulu Master Weaver Hlengi. Brilliant colors create an overlapping flower that radiates from the center. The outer edges are decorated with colorful birds with striped wings and detailed eyes and beaks. Several hundred artisans in the Kwa-Zulu Natal area of South Africa weave the baskets full time, and only a few very talented artists have risen head and shoulders over the rest to become Master Weavers – their work is highly prized by collectors around the world. These pieces can be used as Wall Art or as a centerpiece for a table setting, and are weighty given the size and amount of wire used for each piece 20" across. Larger baskets are more labor intensive and only skilled master weavers can make these large baskets using many design elements and colors.
  • 20" H x 2" D, by Zulu Master Weaver Zodwa. A village scene full of animals, people, plants an houses, all set on a black background. Filled with details and colorful elements, this piece by a masterweaver shows the depth or a complicated designs the artist can create. Several hundred artisans in the Kwa-Zulu Natal area of South Africa weave the baskets full time, and only a few very talented artists have risen head and shoulders over the rest to become Master Weavers – their work is highly prized by collectors around the world. These pieces can be used as Wall Art or as a centerpiece for a table setting, and are weighty given the size and amount of wire used for each piece 20" across. Larger baskets are more labor intensive and only skilled master weavers can make these large baskets using many design elements and colors.
  • 20" H x 2" D, by Zulu Master Weaver Zodwa. A full scene with people, nature, and colorful animals. A snake wriggles up colorful trees with animals perched on top. People with different colored faces, hair and clothes alternate with the trees, while dogs, cats, and other animals with bright details are woven throughout. Several hundred artisans in the Kwa-Zulu Natal area of South Africa weave the baskets full time, and only a few very talented artists have risen head and shoulders over the rest to become Master Weavers – their work is highly prized by collectors around the world. These pieces can be used as Wall Art or as a centerpiece for a table setting, and are weighty given the size and amount of wire used for each piece 20″ across. Larger baskets are more labor intensive and only skilled master weavers can make these large baskets using many design elements and colors.
  • 19" H x 3" D, by Zulu Master Weaver Hlengi. Brilliant colors create an overlapping flower that radiates from the center. Several hundred artisans in the Kwa-Zulu Natal area of South Africa weave the baskets full time, and only a few very talented artists have risen head and shoulders over the rest to become Master Weavers – their work is highly prized by collectors around the world. These pieces can be used as Wall Art or as a centerpiece for a table setting, and are weighty given the size and amount of wire used for each piece 20″ across. Larger baskets are more labor intensive and only skilled master weavers can make these large baskets using many design elements and colors.
  • 20" H x 2" D, by Zulu Master Weaver Hlengi and signed with the artists initials: HD. Colorful shapes are outlined in black, growing outwards from a blue flower at the base. The outer edges are decorated with colorful birds with multi-colored tail feathers alternating with black lined diamonds. An intricate design showing masterful use of colors and motif. Several hundred artisans in the Kwa-Zulu Natal area of South Africa weave the baskets full time, and only a few very talented artists have risen head and shoulders over the rest to become Master Weavers – their work is highly prized by collectors around the world.
  • 20" H x 2" D, by Zulu Master Weaver Hlengi. Brilliant colors create an overlapping flower that radiates from the center. The outer edges are decorated with colorful triangles and the artists own initials. Several hundred artisans in the Kwa-Zulu Natal area of South Africa weave the baskets full time, and only a few very talented artists have risen head and shoulders over the rest to become Master Weavers – their work is highly prized by collectors around the world. These pieces can be used as Wall Art or as a centerpiece for a table setting, and are weighty given the size and amount of wire used for each piece 20″ across. Larger baskets are more labor intensive and only skilled master weavers can make these large baskets using many design elements and colors.
  • SOLD
    Small interlocking Greek keys in black contrast with a creamy ecru background. Rows of keys alternate with thin dashes in black. The piece tapers up with a narrow top collar in black. 3" W x 4" H, by weaver Jenni Cheucarama. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • SOLD
    A unique piece that is called a 'doll' mask. The toucan has straight tall heir on top, and a green and fuchsia curved beak. The body is an oblong coiled enclosed basket which leads to a paddle 'tail' opposite the head. The tail is decorated with square designs. 4" W x 17" L, by weaver Kimelia Chocho. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
  • SOLD
    A dark brown crocodile with woven white details. Sharp woven white teeth line the top and bottom of his mouth, and eyes are lined in white. His collar is decorated with a creamy colored step design. 5" W x 16" D, by weaver Marcia Mezua. Free US shipping on all orders.
    Woven shaman masks are created by the Emberá people of Panamá. They share similar cultural traditions and weaving artistry as their neighboring Wounaan tribe. Emberá shamans (called jaibaná) use figures and visages to be used in their healing and cleansing ceremonies. The masks and animal images are assembled around the hut where a curing ritual takes place. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
    • We will be happy to offer a full refund (excluding shipping) on items returned within 7 days of receipt of delivery.
    • Returned items must be in original condition and undamaged, and purchased directly from RainforestBaskets.com.
    • Proof of purchase is required.
    • For defective, damaged or incorrect items, please notify us within five days of delivery in order to receive a refund/exchange.
    • Email us at info@rainforestbaskets.com to organise the return.
     
  • Traditional coiled lidded baskets with bright geometric designs. Coils are bundled and wrapped in black dyed palm, then loosely woven together with wide stitching that creates the pattern. Colors are repeated in the decorative lid with a top knot. 6" W x 5" H, by weaver Francisca Cabezon. $100 each, sold individually. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Traditional coiled lidded baskets with bright geometric designs. Coils are bundled and wrapped in black dyed palm, then loosely woven together with wide stitching that creates the pattern.  Colors are repeated in the decorative lid with a top knot. 6" W x 5" H, by weaver Francisca Cabezon. $120 each, sold individually. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Traditional coiled lidded baskets with bright geometric designs. Coils are bundled and wrapped in black dyed palm, then loosely woven together with wide stitching that creates the pattern. Colors are repeated in the decorative lid with a top knot. 7" W x 6" H, by weaver Francisca Cabezon. $170 each, sold individually. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Traditional coiled lidded baskets with bright geometric designs. Coils are bundled and wrapped in black dyed palm, then loosely woven together with wide stitching that creates the pattern. Colors are repeated in the decorative lid with a top knot. 8" W x 6" H, by weaver Francisca Cabezon. $220 each, sold individually. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Red breasted macaws surround this petite piece filled with birds and greenery. Macaws have tiny black eyes and hooked beaks, with gold and blue wings. The birds perch on a brown branch that wraps around the middle, with curved green leaves between the birds. 4" W x 3" H, by weaver Miriam Negria. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Green birds with bright yellow bellies expertly woven with tiny thin stitches. The birds claws are stitched in thin white stitches perched on a winding brown branch with green leaves sprouting. Completed with little white eyes and curved yellow beaks. 4" W x 3" H, by weaver Cristina Negria. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • SOLD
    Bright colorful coils fill in the traditional caracol, or snail, design. Gold, fuchsia, pink and brown start at the base and swirl to the top. Each color starts and stops with a few stitches in black, adding striking contrast between each color. 7" W x 6" H, by weaver Nilka Chocho. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Open winged brown bats with black details swarm around this oblong shaped piece. Petite little butterflies decorate small spaces in-between the bats. Finished at the top collar with a decoration of brown and black flames. 8" W x 9" H, by weaver Emerita Membache. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
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    Black curly-legged octopus float in-between brown rounded coral.Spotted brown fish with black dorsal fins peek through the coral. The top collar is finished with a tight chevron design on black. 7" W x 7" H, by weaver Plarisa Membache. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Long black horizontal keys woven on a brown/ gray background. Woven in rib-stitch technique, where each individual coil stands out and is accentuated by the quality of the stitch. This piece looks more like a traditional piece of pottery because of its overall dark coloring and geometric designs. 7" W x 7" H, by a Wounaan Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Saffron colored heliconia with red tops grows up the sides of this heart shaped piece. The shape rounds out towards the top and comes in tightly before the diamond-lined top collar. All set on a rich black background. 9" W x 7" H, by weaver Elida Mejia. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Finely woven black and brown feather design, originating from a chicken feather (!). The edges of the feather create tight sharp points as they wrap around the sides of this angled piece. Tapered dramatically towards a very tiny base. The top is finished with a row of diamonds. 12" W x 14" H, by weaver Sara Jinguimia. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Red heliconia vines grow up the sides of this ecru petite piece. Red flowers are tipped in green and gold, and are all outlined in a thin black line. Seated with a star at the base, and finished at the top collar with a row of tiny black triangles. 4" W x 4" H, by a Wounaan Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Bright red and yellow butterflies surround this slightly oblong piece. Wings have spots in green red, brown and black, and are all outlined in a thin black line. An oblong star is seated at the base in red, black and gold. 4" W x 4" H, by a Wounaan Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
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    Coiled woven plate featuring a decorated turtle surrounded by geometric steps in brown. An unusual piece in a small collection of 5 woven decorative plates. 1" W x 9" H, by a Wounaan Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
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    A toucan stares through the middle of this flat woven plate. Detailed stitching in pale cream fill in the background. An unusual piece in a small collection of 5 woven decorative plates. 1/2" W x 9" H, by a Wounaan Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Crimson and brown stars grow from the base and radiate outward. An unusual piece in a small collection of 5 woven decorative plates. 1/2" W x 7" H, by a Wounaan Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • A black winged mosquito sits in the center of this plate, with a long brown torso and thin black legs. An unusual piece in a small collection of 5 woven decorative plates. 1/2" W x 9" H, by a Wounaan Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Open wings in a creamy tan fill in the thin black outlines of a pretty butterfly. Completed in pale yellow radiating petals with brown. Finished with a thin black outline at the outside. An unusual piece in a small collection of 5 woven decorative plates. 1/2" W x 9" H, by a Wounaan Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Colorful small diamonds in pink, white, yellow and ream, filling the sides of this smaller piece. Paler colors are set on a brown background, setting the piece with a softer overall look. 5" W x 5" H, by a Wounaan Weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Created over 35 years ago by a master carver, an owl in flight hand carved out of a single piece of cocobolo wood. Tall thin scalloped wings rise upwards, while the owl perches claws on a piece of wood. Leaves wrap around the base with thin edges. Cocobolo is a dense rosewood, prized for its weight and beautiful lines. It is one of the main creative endeavors of many Wounaan men, who carve various animals first with a hatchet, and add finishes by hand sanding and applying a gloss to the completed piece. Each creation is unique, hand made by a single artisan, and may have markings on the outside of the piece as evidence of a handmade piece of art. 10" H x 5" W, by carver Selerino Cheucarama.
  • Masterful coil construction Wounaan baskets are created using thin shreds of Chunga palm fibers dyed into various colors, coiled over thicker Naguala palm. 3" W x 2" H, by a Wounaan master weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.
  • Masterful coil construction Wounaan baskets are created using thin shreds of Chunga palm fibers dyed into various colors, coiled over thicker Naguala palm. 3" W x 3" H, by a Wounaan master weaver. Free US shipping on all orders.
    In Wounmeu, the language of the Wounaan, there is a special name for fine traditional coil-construction palm-fiber baskets — hösig di. Expert weavers stitch silk-fine strands of the black palm they call chunga, brilliantly or subtly colored with vegetal and organic dyes, over coils of naguala palm. The newest, softest green palm fronds are shredded by hand, extracting the internal fibers as thin as thread. After drying in the sun, these fibers are dyed in mixtures created using roots, berries and seed pods, all-naturally sourced vegetal colors. Chunga is so closely linked to Wounaan tradition and daily life that, when it comes to the creation of Hösig Di (the Wounmeu term for their fine baskets), each basket is believed to begin with an inherent spiritual quality. Further to this point, the women who weave them are often called “spirit weavers”. Learn more about how Rainforest Baskets art is created.
    Stitched over many months and years from natural palm fibers and organic dyes, your handmade woven art should be displayed proudly, away from any windows and skylights. The ultra-violet rays of direct sun and strong light can cause the saturated natural dyes in textile and fiber art to fade, and can even damage the fibers themselves. If your woven art resides with you in the desert or other dry environments, you may feel better occasionally misting it (as often done to wicker or rattan) inside with distilled or non-chlorinated tap water. Using a paper towel, gently pat any excess moisture from the interior.
    We offer free shipping within the continental United States.
    • For addresses in the US, tracked postage takes 2-7 business days.
    • International shipping is available to all destinations. You can either 1) complete your purchase online and we will send you a list of shipping options and prices. Once the shipping is paid we will send the objects and tracking information. Or 2) send an inquiry through email or product page and we will send your approximate shipping options based on your delivery address.
    • Rainforest Baskets is not responsible for customs duties or taxes on international shipments, nor is it responsible for delays associated with the import process.