Chakra Stool Small

Chakra Stool Small

Perhaps nothing is more captivating than nature's enduring metamorphosis, persisting in graceful transformation even beyond the boundaries of life. In this enchanting ritu. . . more

Stool in cane. Handmade in India.

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16"DIA x 18"H

Product Details

  • Material: Cane
  • Size: 16"DIA x 18"H | 40.6 DIA x 45.7 H cm
  • Weight: 3.2 kg | 7.04 lbs
  • Number of Pieces: 1 Stool
  • SKU: VSL151
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Manufactured by: Nirvaan Design Private Limited, A-4, Sector 64, Noida, U.P. - 201301

Care Details

  • For daily cleaning, use soft, dry cloth.
  • To remove stains or restore shine, clean with soft cloth using branded brass cleaner, following relevant instructions.
  • Do not use harsh detergents or abrasive materials that may scratch.

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  • Orders within India will be delivered within 5-7 business days from the date of dispatch. Shipping is free.
  • For international orders, please contact us. 
  • We don’t accept cancellations, returns, or exchanges. For more details, please refer to our Shipping & Returns policy.

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Cane Weaving

Dive into the rich history of cane furniture, a timeless testament to the enduring craftsmanship that spans continents. In India, this age-old technique can be traced back to the 7th century, where skilled hands first wove magic with the supple strands of cane, carefully extracted from the bark of the rattan plant—a distinguished member of the palm family.

The journey begins with an appreciation for nature's bounty, as artisans delicately peel the cane strips, unveiling their innate beauty and resilience. Submerged in water, these strips undergo a transformative ritual, softening and becoming pliable under the gentle embrace of moisture. With practised precision, artisans deftly weave these now-flexible strands around robust frames, sculpting them into elegant forms that exude both grace and lightness.

From this ancient skill and creativity, what emerges are not merely pieces of furniture, but objects that transcend utility, encapsulating a sense of timelessness. Each carefully interwoven strand of cane narrates a story of tradition and craftsmanship handed down through generations—a tribute to the ingenuity and artistry of its creators.

Yet, cane furniture is more than a marvel of human skill; it is a celebration of sustainability and environmental stewardship. The rattan plant, the source of cane, flourishes abundantly in the lush forests of Southeast Asia, rendering it a renewable and eco-friendly resource. By harnessing the natural strength and flexibility of cane, artisans fashion furniture and baskets that are not only lightweight and durable but also boast an impressively low carbon footprint. In this harmonious dance between man and nature, cane furniture stands as a living example of the potential for sustainable practices to create both functional and aesthetically pleasing artefacts.

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