Julie Gurr Baskets
Hand woven willow baskets in various sizes, shapes and colours. Made by Julie Gurr from her workshop in East Sussex using a range of traditional and contemporary basket-making techniques.
A sturdy, steamed willow basket in an open weave - an adapted Japanese vine weaving technique. For hanging on the backs of doors, on hooks and on walls. Made at the East Sussex workshop of basket weaver Julie Gurr. Taking inspiration from her coastal surroundings, Julie’s hanging baskets draw on basketry techniques from several different cultures, and utilise the warm, natural colours of willow along with their sustainable properties.
This item is part of our New Makers programme. In its third year running, five makers demonstrating excellence in skill, originality and craftsmanship have been chosen by a TOAST panel. We will offer business and marketing advice, as well as a platform to sell their pieces until the end of this year, with full profits being returned to them.
If you place an order today, it will be made for you and then sent to you directly from Julie Gurr. Delivery is included in the price but, as this item is dispatched from the UK, import duties and local sales tax may be payable on receipt for countries outside of the UK. This is determined by the type of item you are ordering and the value. Please be aware that these charges are paid separately to the carrier and are not included in the price payable to TOAST, which only includes the item and delivery. Any charges paid on receipt are non-refundable should you choose to return the item.
Made in the United Kingdom.
Height including handle 30cm. Height not including handle 22cm. Max width 22cm. Max depth 16cm. As all items are handmade there may be a variation in dimensions by 1-2cm.
Due to the handmade nature of this item and the availability of materials every basket is unique. Overall style and colours will be similar but exact colours and shape will vary. The wavy design means that height and diameter varies throughout the basket.
Read more about Julie Gurr's process in our Magazine.