Inspired by old-school markets where everyone brought their own tote or basket, this strong and lightweight iron carry-all can accompany you to the farm stand or bodega. Perfect for keeping eggs and berries from getting squished, it’s also useful around the home. Use it as an organizer in your pantry or on your countertop, as a garden tool tote, a home for beach towels or a picnic basket. Intentionally imperfect, each basket’s not-quite-straight wires give them their own quirky personality.
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About the Merchant
Fog Linen Work | Tokyo, Japan | Est. 1993
Fog Linen Work combines pure, natural linen with the ease & elegance of Japanese design. The Tokyo-based firm was born of founder Yumiko Sekine’s search for the linen goods of her childhood — a quest ultimately leading to Lithuania, which has been growing flax and producing linen since the Middle Ages. Fog is well known for its range of linen housewares + clothing, i.e. napkins, aprons, and tablecloths, as well as its developing collection of wood, brass, and metalwares. Fog’s beautiful, unfussy products are designed for everyday use. On a self-proclaimed quest to revive the art of simplicity and crafting, Sekine’s straightforward designs make for objects as beautiful as they are practical.