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Vintage

Woven Rattan Artifact

Studio@Seven

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Woven Rattan Artifact
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Woven Rattan Artifact

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Excellent

Materials:

rattan

Size:

24" W x 6" H

Color/Finish:

deep brown

Care:

hand-wash

Why We Love This

Primarily used in agricultural societies by women to winnow the grain, this basket has survived due to its sturdiness. With patina.
As described by Studio@Seven

Why We Love This

Primarily used in agricultural societies by women to winnow the grain, this basket has survived due to its sturdiness. With patina.

About Studio@Seven

The concept of living in harmony with nature is an underlying theme of Studio@7. Ethnic and tribal artifacts are serene in nature and visually enhance environments. They create an ambience that is luxurious in color, and rich in historic significance. Marie Auger-Andrews and Julio (Andy) have melded decades of artifacts collected from around the world and this influential duo is now offering a chic collection of textiles, accessories and tribal jewelry to One Kings Lane.