The Anuna bucket by Manava is handwoven from sustainably sourced rattan fibers by women artisans following traditional weaving techniques unique to Siem Riep in Cambodia.
Manava products draw inspiration from Cambodian Kbach symbols, traditionally used in pottery and Cambodian temple carvings. Kbach refers to any Cambodian art-form or style in the Khmer, but more commonly relating to decorative elements of Cambodian architecture.
Crafted by the Kuna Women in Colombia, the designs combine traditional geometric patterns inspired by the light or color as geometric expressions or Suns and Moons play between the abstract and the figurative.
Size: 20,32 cm × 5,08 cm × 12,7 cm
Colors: Front & Back: Slate Grey, Black, Navy, Baby Blue