It is possible to choose a cane weave in a seat or a backrest in the classic line of bent products. This technology, evolved from basketwork, has been used since ancient times. The boom is dated back to the Victorian era with a recurrence later on because of manually bent chairs. Such furniture is lighter and airy, which is obvious not only by the look of it, but also when using it, especially during summer months. The basic material for making cane carpet is the very hard outer shell of cane stalk, which is manually sorted, cut and neatened. It is possible to see small marks approximately every 15 or 30 centimetres, which are remnants of leafstalks. Another sign that it is not an artifi cial material is fraying of weaved stalks, which we remove before packaging by an electric device. You can consider this maintenance in future, too.