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Viet Wicker is all-weatherwicker made in Vietnam.



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Wicker is a material made of plant stalks, branches or shoots formed by a kind of weaving into a rigid material, most often used for baskets or furniture. Wicker is traditionally made of material of plant origin, but plastic fibers are now also used. Wicker is light yet sturdy, making it suitable for furniture that will be moved often like porch and patio furniture. A variety of plants are used, from reeds, grasses (including bamboo), creepers such as rattan, and thin tree branches, especially willow.

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Wicker can be made from natural or synthetic materials, or a combination. In furniture, such as benches, chairs, stools and other seating devices, a frame is typically made of stiffer materials, after which more pliant material is woven into the frame to fill it. In a smaller piece such as a basket, a strengthening frame is not needed so the entire piece is woven from the wicker material.




Natural wicker is well known for its strength and durability, and for the high level of beauty and comfort that an expert craftsman can produce. Materials used can be any part of a plant, such as the cores of cane or rattan stalks, or whole thicknesses of plants, as with willow switches. Other popular materials include reed and bamboo. Natural wicker requires maintenance to keep it in good shape.

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Synthetic wickers are often preferred for outdoor use ("all-weather wicker"). Materials are called plastic, resin or ply rattan. The frame material used in these more recent versions includes metal, aluminum or wood.


For further information about our range of wicker products, please contact: Vietwicker Sales Department


Hotline: 0084-(0)-888-100-241 E-mail: mayviet@vietwicker.com Website: www.vietwicker.com