The Zulus (South Africa) have been known for centuries for their art of weaving natural fibers.
The Zulu weaving in telephone wire, with a constantly renewed graphic design and making each basket unique, can be considered as a form of craftsmanship that finds its origin in the development of urbanization, with the replacement of traditional materials for industrial materials.
These baskets are made in an integration company that employs more than 600 men and women.
Each piece made entirely is unique. The shape, the dimensions and the range of colors will be identical but the patterns will vary for a same model.