Cane weave has been used in an almost unchanged form since the revival of the technique at the turn of the twentieth century. Chairs made from bent wood with cane seats or backrests are light, airy and comfortable to sit on, especially in the summer.
The cane weave is made from purely natural material, is easy to maintain and can be renovated at any time.
Today, ready-made cane sheets are used instead of hand-weaving. These are made from the inner part of the stem of rattan liana from the forests of Southeast Asia. Before being processed, the cane sheet is moistened to become flexible and then it is pressed into a groove in the seat or backrest by twisted rattan strings. Drying up, the weave shrinks back to its original size. Rattan fibers naturally split and fray. However, during the processing, the weave surface is cleaned up with a special electric machine.
To protect the fibers from cracking and the weave from getting damaged, do not expose cane products to high temperatures and low air humidity.
The following models can have cane seat or seat and back: no.04, no.14, no.16, no.18, no.20, no.30, no.33, no.60, no. 150, no. 811, Dejavu, barstool 16, barstool 18, barstool 14, revolving armchair Kontor, stool Piano, rocking armchair Dondolo.