Mini hanging basket zarzo

TRESSAGES PAS SAGES

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€39
This miniature basket is designed to be suspended. The contrast of colors and materials underlines the contemporary design of the shape. It is very ...
  • Material : Bark worm and dogwood
  • Color : Natural colors of peeled wicker stems (beige) and dogwood stems (purple red)
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Mini hanging basket zarzo

TRESSAGES PAS SAGES

€39

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This description has been automatically translated and may not be completely accurate.

This miniature basket is designed to be suspended. The contrast of colors and materials underlines the contemporary design of the shape. It is braided according to the technique "zarzo" which plays with interlacing. Bark wicker stems (known as white wicker) are smooth and contrast with bloodier dogwood stems, raw and definitely purple. This suspension can be installed indoors or outdoors under cover. Each basket is unique, the dimensions and colors may vary from one model to another in case of order. It is possible to customize it if you specify your preferences when ordering, especially for colors (ex: dark structure, light braiding or light structure, dark braiding, or dominant light, ...)

  • Type precision : Cup to carry in his purse (MoreClayLessPlastic)
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : Height between 25 and 30cm, diameter between 15 and 20cm, according to the copies
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

The mini basket zarzo to hang is ideal to showcase a small plant, store some food or collect some treasures. To offer or to offer oneself!

Bird modeled in white and black sandstone, touches of oxides and engobes. Cooking at high temperature.

Care tips will be provided with the doll. Worldwide expedition.

Craftsman

I am animated by this tenacious need: to weave, to interweave, to transform the vegetable matter to sublimate it. I did not invent anything, everything is there. I pay tribute to the vegetable kingdom by taking my raw material, taking inspiration from what is present, living before our eyes but so discreet. I discovered an inexhaustible source of inspiration by observing what surrounds us. From branches, stems, lianas gleaned or cultivated, I give birth to volumes. I work on the purity of the lines, the delicacy, the movement, the transparency, the lightness, the weightlessness, the apparent fragility from which a powerful energy is shown. In exploring ancestral basketry techniques, I found that the first gestures of the weavers were still alive today. I am proud to join this traditional line of the art of braiding. I leave the roots of an age-old know-how to enroll it in today's world and accompany it to tomorrow.