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TONGA FRUIT BASKETS

Original price $40.00 - Original price $52.00
Original price
$40.00
$40.00 - $52.00
Current price $40.00
Size: 10"

Hand-crafted by Batonga women in rural Zambia, this basket represents generations of artistic heritage passed from mother to daughter. Each piece takes days to make and is meticulously woven from abundant natural fibers like palm leaves, wild twigs, and creeping vines. Rich, earthy pigments are added with natural dyes made from bark and leaves.
Use this basket as decorative storage or as a stunning wall accent.

Description

Tonga fruit baskets are a type of gift basket that is given to friends and family members. The baskets are filled with various fruits, such as coconuts, bananas, and pineapples. The baskets are often decorated with flowers and leaves. Tonga fruit baskets are a popular gift choice for many occasions, such as birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays.

Material: 100% Natural Fibers 

Country: Ethically crafted in Zambia.

Shipping: 3-5 days
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About Product

Trend 2022

Tonga fruit baskets have been a popular gift item in recent years. The trend is expected to continue into 2022, with more people sending these baskets as gifts to friends and family members.

Tonga Fruit Baskets

Tonga fruit baskets are a unique and lovely way to present fruit. The bright, vibrant colours of the fruits stand out against the deep green of the leaves, making for a beautiful and eye-catching display. And because Tonga baskets are made from natural materials, they're completely biodegradable, making them an eco-friendly option for fruit lovers.

Material

Tonga fruit baskets are made from 100 natural fibres, making them a sustainable and environmentally friendly choice for gifts and home decor. The baskets are handwoven from dried leaves.

Design

Tonga fruit baskets are designed with abundant natural fibres like palm leaves and wild twine. The basket has two colours half stripes are black, and half are white or some other colour. This design makes the baskets sturdy, durable, beautiful and unique. The use of natural materials also makes these baskets eco-friendly and sustainable.

Process

Tonga fruit baskets are handcrafted by Batonga women in rural Zambia. The baskets are made from different palms, which are abundant in the region. The women weave the baskets using a traditional technique passed down through generations.

Benefits of Tonga Fruit Baskets

Tonga fruit baskets offer a wide variety of benefits, making them a popular choice for gift-giving. The baskets are filled with an assortment of fresh fruits, making them a healthy and delicious option. Tonga fruit baskets are a unique and thoughtful gift that will please any recipient. The health benefits of fresh fruit make the basket a wise choice for those looking for a healthy gift. The beautiful arrangement of the fruit also makes the basket a great decorative piece for any home or office.

Caring Instructions

Here are a few instructions you should follow:

  1. Always store the basket in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
  2. Be sure to check the basket regularly for any signs of mould or rot, and remove any affected fruit immediately.
  3. When you're ready to enjoy your Tonga fruit basket, take it out of storage and allow it to come to room temperature before serving.

Use

One widespread use for tonga baskets is to fill them with fruit. This makes a beautiful and tasty presentation that is perfect for any occasion. Tonga baskets can be filled with fruit, but some of the most popular choices include pineapple, mango, papaya, and guava. You can also add other items to the basket, such as nuts or candy.

Asked Questions
  1. Why do people give Tonga Fruit Baskets? One reason why people give fruit baskets as gifts is that they are a symbol of wealth and prosperity. Fruit baskets are often given as gifts to celebrate special occasions such as weddings, births, and anniversaries. They are also given as thank-you gifts or as a way of showing appreciation.
  1. What should you put in Tonga Fruit Baskets?
    Here are some ideas of what to put in a Tonga fruit basket: 
    A variety of fruits, such as pineapples, coconuts, and bananas.
    A bottle of Tahitian Monoi Oil for a healthy skin and hair treatment.
    A sarong or pareo for a stylish beach cover-up.
    A set of wooden hula hoops for fun in the sun.