Bramley Artisan Oblong Wooden Basket

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New to The Cottage Gardener, we are very excited to offer our customers our new Bramley Baskets based on a traditional west country basket called a Devon Splint. These are made by a wonderful artisan gentleman in Wiltshire.

It is made of a steamed sweet chestnut handle and rim, sweet chestnut splints (slats on the sides) and a larch base. The whole basket is fixed using copper and bronze nails. 

Splints are a slightly heavier, more robust basket than a similar size trug. However, they do have one distinct advantage over their Sussex cousins – they have a flat bottom. This enables you to stand flower pots, bottles, jars, etc, in them without them falling over. They are also ideal for collecting anything from potatoes to apples.

Within this range there is a choice of two different shapes; rectangular or round.

  • Oblong shape
  • These are made of natural materials so may have blemishes/colour variations, knots in the wood
  • As the wood handles are steam bent, they may have crease marks or not be a 'perfect' shape due to the challenges of steam bending.
  • Dimensions:
    • Medium: length approx. 32cm, width approx. 26cm, height approx. 30cm
    • Large: length approx. 43cm, width approx. 32cm, height approx. 36cm 

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Fantastic - These products arrived so quickly and were beautifully wrapped. It was a pleasure to receive this in the post. Thank you!

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July '22
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Great quality fork, charming customer service - Would definitely shop with this seller again, delighted with how the sale was handled, especially as it was for a gift. This and several other items from the same seller felt high quality too. Good stuff! thank you.

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June '22
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Rich hand cream, provided rapid results - This hand cream is easily absorbed and improved my dry hands rapidly: I will definitely buy again. First class service from The Cottage Gardener as always.

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