I adored the story behind these beautiful things. The problem was, I was in Rwanda on a super intense reporting trip and didn't have time to sleep, let alone identify the Tutsi basket I wanted to take home, so I left that beautiful country basket-less. Sad indeed.
The bad news is that outside Africa, they're hard to find, and pricey. There are numerous divine examples on fancy auction sites and specialist online shops. But I rejoiced when I was able to find this, which I was about to buy before I realized I needed a slightly bigger version. I eventually found the one you can see in first picture on Ebay. She cost a princely $50 with shipping, which I know seems like a lot for a basket. However I'm of the firm belief these are heirloom items (justifies self, frantically). Regardless, my plant jungle seems to have taken to her, and I have a uniquely chic prison for those horrible controls. Everyone's a winner.
More internet sleuthing has yielded this steal of a deal, as well as this and this.