Onion Basket, Set of 2
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These are traditional baskets designed for storing onions, but you could also use them for potatoes, apples and other fresh produce. The baskets are hand woven of sturdy rattan reeds, with an ear handle on one side that allows for hanging in the pantry.
- Hand woven of natural rattan.
- Allows for air circulation to keep onions cool and dry, prolonging freshness.
- Small basket: 6 1/2" top diam., 8 1/2" high (13 1/4" high including handle). Holds 2 lbs, 4 oz of onions.
- Large basket: 8" top diam., 9 1/2" high (14" high including handle). Holds 6 lbs, 8 oz of onions.
- Set of two, one of each size.
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- Made in the Philippines.
- Made in the Philippines.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Karen from Great Idea and Works Well! Have both baskets hanging in our pantry, the larger one is perfect for potatoes and the smaller one for onions. We have limited space and these are attractive and functional items that keep things off the counter. The larger one easily holds 4 lbs of potatoes and we have 4 large onions in the smaller one. They stay securely on the hooks and seem to be well made for purpose. Very pleased as I haven't found anything like this anywhere else. Great store!Date published: 2018-01-21Rated 1 out of 5 by TEAN from Too Small for Onions Not happy with the size of baskets. Need to returnDate published: 2017-08-24Rated 5 out of 5 by Kris1270 from Beautiful addition to my bakers rack! I ordered 2 sets! These fit perfectly on the top shelf of my bakers rack. I have hooks for the smaller baskets (ordered 2 sets) I use the larger baskets for onions and potatoes. The two smaller ones I use for fingerling potatoes/garlic/shallots. Growing up in an Ag Valley I learned that keeping onions and potatoes together will spoil both. So I store my potatoes on left and onions on right. With cute little napkin box in middle. The garlic/shallots basket and fingerling potatoes baskets get hung on opposite sides. With big stainless steel bowl in the middle for dressy fruit!Date published: 2017-05-04Rated 5 out of 5 by Mel4 from Very nice! I could not be happier with these baskets. They are nicely made, pretty, sit well and look great in my pantry.Date published: 2016-03-10Rated 5 out of 5 by kristinelorraine from beautiful and well-made these baskets are beautiful and well-made. perfect way to store onions, garlic, ginger and potatoes so they will last longer. i used to store my onions, potatoes in a glass bowl inside the pantry and they will get moldy.now, these solve my problem plus the baskets look so good in my kitchen.Date published: 2016-01-23Rated 5 out of 5 by WisMary from Fun baskets I like baskets and these are a favorite of mine. I store onions and potatoes in them but they could hold anything from snacks to gadgets. They would look nice hanging on the wall, on the counter or on the floor where I keep mine. I'm happy with my purchase.Date published: 2015-11-20Rated 5 out of 5 by stylish from Attractive baskets, useful too! These are even prettier than they look. Potatoes and onions are not supposed to be stored together, so this solves the problem. I will hang them from a hook in my pantry.Date published: 2013-11-18Rated 5 out of 5 by soothingsheets from Perfect for my kitchen space problem When I saw these, I thought of the bowls of onions and potatoes spilling over on the kitchen table and I thought "I can hang these on the wall and free up some space"! Everyone who has seen them loves them. I hung them on some cool iron hooks and they look really nice AND I can see the onions and potatoes so I remember to use them but they are not cluttering the table.Date published: 2013-10-29