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Handmade in England.

Only at MARCH

Handwoven by Annemarie O’Sullivan, a miniature carpet beater for hanging on the holiday tree. Double knot pattern tied with dark olive cotton thread.

Annemarie O’Sullivan is a former Irish champion swimmer turned artist and basketmaker living in East Sussex, England. O’Sullivan’s baskets and trays are handwoven from materials she grows and gathers on her land. Employing techniques used for hundreds of years, her forms are a response to the traditions and surrounding landscape of rural England.

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Details

Handmade in England.

Only at MARCH

Handwoven by Annemarie O’Sullivan, a miniature carpet beater for hanging on the holiday tree. Double knot pattern tied with dark olive cotton thread.

Annemarie O’Sullivan is a former Irish champion swimmer turned artist and basketmaker living in East Sussex, England. O’Sullivan’s baskets and trays are handwoven from materials she grows and gathers on her land. Employing techniques used for hundreds of years, her forms are a response to the traditions and surrounding landscape of rural England.

Materials

Dimensions

Care



Annemarie O’Sullivan is an Irish basketmaker living and working in East Sussex, England. Working in small domestic objects to large-scale architectural installations, O’Sullivan’s work is handwoven from willow, reed, and hazel wood—materials she grows and gathers on her land. Employing techniques used for hundreds of years, her functional and non-functional forms are a response to the traditions and surrounding landscape of rural England.