Natural Woven Rattan Armchair 1920s

Natural Woven Rattan Armchair 1920s

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This rattan armchair, all woven in natural slats, is a great vintage classic for the garden, terrace, veranda from the 1920s. Supplied with its seat cushions.
We love its retro style from the banks of the Marne in the 1900s. As beautiful inside as it is outside, this armchair will enhance your kitchen, your living room, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.
This natural woven rattan armchair should be kept out of the rain.
A magnificent French craftsmanship, this caned rattan armchair is entirely handmade.
Overall height: 95 cm
Overall width: 61cm
Overall depth: 78cm
Weight: 7kg
Seat height: 45cm
Seat width: Wide seat 43cm
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor only
Stackability: Not stackable
Material: Light Rattan (Manila)
Colors: natural fiber
Rattan is a material with extraordinary properties with limits. Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.
With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.
But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.
The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.
More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.
In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.
But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.
It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.
The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.
In summary, 2 main principles to respect:
During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.
During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.
However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).
Finish: Shiny varnish

Dimensions and Specifications - Shipment information

- Width: 59 cm

- Height: 104 cm

- Depth: 78 cm

- Weight (item packed): 14 kg

- Era: Actual Arts and crafts

- Style: Carnet de Voyages XIXth

- Item Weight (kg): 9

- Parcel Weight: 14

- France Delivery (Out of Corsica and Dom Tom): Delivery by appointment on the ground floor, delay 5-6 weeks. Price based on volume weight of packaged goods. For upstairs delivery, please contact us.

- EU Countries Delivery: Contact Us for a Price and a Deadline.

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