Ayine Bag — Large by Aketekete at White Label Project
Ayine Bag — Large by Aketekete at White Label Project
Ayine Bag — Large by Aketekete at White Label Project
Ayine Bag — Large by Aketekete at White Label Project

Ayine Bag - Large

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This bag by the Elmina-based design brand Aketekete is handwoven by artisans in the communities in Sumbrungu located in Northern Ghana.

The founders, Maria and Micheal state about their brand: "Aketekete is the name of a traditional festival from Elmina (Ghana) in which rituals are performed to connect with ancestors and celebrate their roots. It is an ode to the past and to never be forgotten. A connection to nature and its forms. To celebrate culture, origins, and stories otherwise lost. We value collaborating and connecting with creatives to design modern objects with age-old techniques by supporting artisan communities to make them. 

Size: Length 52 cm, height 37 cm, 20 cm diameter.

Color: Light blue and brown tie-dye pattern.

Material: Straw sourced in Ghana, hand-dyed tie-dye cotton lining with drawstring closure and cloth handle.

We advise using a normal brush to clean your basket and if desired to rewet it to shape it. How to wet &. shape your basket: https://vimeo.com/603388083

Delivery within EU 3-5 days. Worldwide within 8-10 days. VAT is included in the price. Deliveries to non-EU countries might come with extra taxes and import duties that the customer must cover.

You can get a full refund for items returned by mail within 30 days of receiving them, excluding shipping costs. No refunds or exchanges are possible after 30 days from receipt.

Meet Aketekete

Aketekete is a newly established design brand based in Ghana, has gained recognition for its signature handmade baskets, bags, and jewelry. The brand operates in close collaboration with local artisan communities throughout the design and production process, emphasizing the use of natural fibers for their bags and baskets, and incorporating recycled and locally sourced beads in their jewelry.

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