This piece is handcrafted from antiques and reclaimed wood. Wood can experience some adjustments, such as shrinkage or expansion. This is normal and will not affect the structure of the piece.
Why We Love This
Originally used 60-80 years ago to gather soybeans from the farms of rural China, this hand-painted, lacquered bamboo basket is just the right size to serve as a pen caddy or a planter.
As China continues to modernize, Madera Home is salvaging examples of its past artistry--panels and carvings from old buildings, baskets once used to gather rice or water--and transferring them into one-of-a-kind pieces of decor. Its furniture, trays, boxes, and other accents bring the beauty of the East into your home.
Made from bamboo, this dynamic basket was covered
using a papier mache like process and then hand painted to create a stunning finish. Baskets like this were once used in the fields and farms of rural China to gather beans. ...
A lovely rendering of striking bamboo trees adorns
the front of this reclaimed basket, which was once used in the fields and farms of rural China to gather beans. It can hold tableware and napkins, store toiletries or desk supplies, ...
Originally used 60 80 years ago to gather
fruit and vegetables from the farms of rural China, this hand painted, lacquered bamboo basket is just the right size to serve as a planter, a magazine holder, or an entryway catchall. ...