Basket Zarzo rectangular bicolore in raw wicker

TRESSAGES PAS SAGES

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€75
Two-tone zarzo basket in raw wicker. Open weave and contrasting colors provide an elegant look to this contemporary basket. Pi? ...
  • Material : Raw wicker
  • Color : Brown weave, green structure
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Basket Zarzo rectangular bicolore in raw wicker

TRESSAGES PAS SAGES

€75

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

Two-tone zarzo basket in raw wicker. Open weave and contrasting colors provide an elegant look to this contemporary basket. Unique piece. The dimensions may vary in case of order.

  • Type precision : rectangular cup
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimensions : H33cm, L23, 140
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Both useful and decorative, this basket will find an essential place in your home for everyday use.

The weaving technique called "zarzo" comes from Spain. This is a openwork basketry technique.

Dishwashers and microwaves. Ceramics is precious: we overwrap our pieces before sending them.

Craftsman

I am driven by this tenacious need: to braid, to intertwine, to transform plant matter to sublimate it. I did not invent anything, everything is there. I pay tribute to the plant kingdom by taking my raw material from it, drawing inspiration from what is present, alive before our eyes but so discreet. I discovered an inexhaustible source of inspiration by observing what surrounds us. From branches, stems, vines collected 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 shows through. By exploring the ancestral basketry techniques, I found that the baskets of the baskets were still alive today. I am proud to be part of this traditional lineage of the art of braiding. I start from the roots of a thousand-year-old know-how to register it in the world of today and support it towards tomorrow.