home decor

African Market Shoulder Basket

African Market Baskets™ are strong, durable, colorful and entirely hand-made. Each basket is unique and beautiful.

These baskets are made from river grass, known as “elephant grass” by local weavers in Bolgatanga, Ghana. Each case comes in assorted colors and patterns so your store will always have a great selection.

Baskets with leather handles are wrapped in goat skin for comfort and durability. The leather is naturally tanned using local seeds and red millet.

home decor

Finger Reflexology Ring

Acupressure ring is a small metal ring made of little triangular shaped points that stimulate your fingers. Acupressure applies the same principal as acupuncture but does not penetrate the skin. Instead, it provides relief by applying pressure to certain points on the body and thereby releasing tension. It is recommended to use the ring if your fingers feel tired, your mind is distracted or you have finger numbness. It is great for giving you energy, improving your concentration and your overall health.

home decor

Nut Milk Bag

  • Premium nylon mesh bag for nut milks and straining juices
  • Round shape design to minimize sediment and allows for sprouting of even the smallest of seeds and grains
  • Easy to clean
  • Durable and Reusable
  • Size 12" (H) x 12" (W)

home decor

Enviro Straws

Enviro Glass Straws come in two different sizes of length (8 and 10 inch) and one diameter (12 mm).  All of the straws are made from borosilicate glass which is the strongest commercially available (cooking grade). The straws are straight. All of our glass straws are handmade in Canada.

home decor

Enviro Straw Mason Jar Lid

Enviro lids are a one piece stainless steel lid that turns your regular size mason jars into a travel mug with a glass straw. This is a great way to enjoy a smoothie on the run or to use as a Sippy cup. So many options, one Enviro Lid.


Stainless Steel- 100% Rust Free
No BPA's, no phthalates, no chemical leaching
Food grade silicone grommet
Use with hot or cold beverages

home decor

African Market Straw Hat

African Market Baskets™ strives to be known for three things: Quality, Value, and Integrity. For 25 years, founder and CEO, Steve Karowe has used the Fair Trade business concept of economic partnership based on dialogue, transparency and respect.

Ensuring that the weavers are satisfied is of top importance to Steve. He makes it his business to see that they have comfortable working conditions and fair wages. Prices are negotiated by first asking what the artisans want to charge for a particular item. If their price is workable, it is always accepted. If the price is too high, he explains what price he can pay and asks if the weaver can produce it for that price and still make a profit. He regularly pays much of the money in advance of receiving goods in order to help the weavers with cash flow and he always does his best to make sure they are happy with the final price.

More information: Here

home decor

African Market Basket Oval

African Market Baskets™ strives to be known for three things: Quality, Value, and Integrity. For 25 years, founder and CEO, Steve Karowe has used the Fair Trade business concept of economic partnership based on dialogue, transparency and respect.

Ensuring that the weavers are satisfied is of top importance to Steve. He makes it his business to see that they have comfortable working conditions and fair wages. Prices are negotiated by first asking what the artisans want to charge for a particular item. If their price is workable, it is always accepted. If the price is too high, he explains what price he can pay and asks if the weaver can produce it for that price and still make a profit. He regularly pays much of the money in advance of receiving goods in order to help the weavers with cash flow and he always does his best to make sure they are happy with the final price.

More information: Here

home decor

African Market Basket Mini

African Market Baskets™ strives to be known for three things: Quality, Value, and Integrity. For 25 years, founder and CEO, Steve Karowe has used the Fair Trade business concept of economic partnership based on dialogue, transparency and respect.

Ensuring that the weavers are satisfied is of top importance to Steve. He makes it his business to see that they have comfortable working conditions and fair wages. Prices are negotiated by first asking what the artisans want to charge for a particular item. If their price is workable, it is always accepted. If the price is too high, he explains what price he can pay and asks if the weaver can produce it for that price and still make a profit. He regularly pays much of the money in advance of receiving goods in order to help the weavers with cash flow and he always does his best to make sure they are happy with the final price.

More information: Here

home decor

African Market Basket Large

African Market Baskets™ strives to be known for three things: Quality, Value, and Integrity. For 25 years, founder and CEO, Steve Karowe has used the Fair Trade business concept of economic partnership based on dialogue, transparency and respect.

Ensuring that the weavers are satisfied is of top importance to Steve. He makes it his business to see that they have comfortable working conditions and fair wages. Prices are negotiated by first asking what the artisans want to charge for a particular item. If their price is workable, it is always accepted. If the price is too high, he explains what price he can pay and asks if the weaver can produce it for that price and still make a profit. He regularly pays much of the money in advance of receiving goods in order to help the weavers with cash flow and he always does his best to make sure they are happy with the final price.

More information: Here

home decor

African Market Fan

African Market Baskets™ strives to be known for three things: Quality, Value, and Integrity. For 25 years, founder and CEO, Steve Karowe has used the Fair Trade business concept of economic partnership based on dialogue, transparency and respect.

Ensuring that the weavers are satisfied is of top importance to Steve. He makes it his business to see that they have comfortable working conditions and fair wages. Prices are negotiated by first asking what the artisans want to charge for a particular item. If their price is workable, it is always accepted. If the price is too high, he explains what price he can pay and asks if the weaver can produce it for that price and still make a profit. He regularly pays much of the money in advance of receiving goods in order to help the weavers with cash flow and he always does his best to make sure they are happy with the final price.

More information: Here