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Kanak basketwork
In the traditional Kanak society, the practice of weaving objects from plant elements (stems, leaves, fibers) is reserved for women who pass this know-how down from generation to generation. They produce objects for their domestic use such as baskets or hats but also objects with a very strong cultural impact, such as the mats which accompany the life of each individual or the esparto of the Kanak currencies.
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