Rattan Mirror Decor
Frame Design: Rattan
Frame Material: Wood
Mount Type: Wall Mounted
Mirror Type: Accent
Frame Finish: Matte
Orientation: Horizontal and Vertical
Damp, Dry, or Wet Location Listed: Dry
Storage Included: No
Lighting Included: No
Product Care: Light Dust
Purposeful Distressing Type: Coat/Paint Distressing
Supplier Intended and Approved Use: Residential Use
Mirror Finishes: Beveled
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Material-This mirror is made entirely of natural rattan. Rattan is a strong, renewable and flexible material and a perfect substitute for metal. The use of rattan products also helps prevent afforestation and forest degradation. This is an environmentally friendly, eye-catching, high-quality and stylish mirror, suitable for your home space. Made of 100% natural rattan hand-woven by Vietnamese craftsmen.
Color-It is available in two equally fashionable colors; natural starburst or black starburst, this stylish mirror will fit the unique interior of your home, no matter what your personal style is.
The rattan crafts also use the light yellow of the original rattan, or are processed and bleached into white or ivory, which is soft and elegant, and some are matched with brown or brown. The rattan furniture is framed by thick rattan, which is nailed and woven with rattan bark and rattan core, and finally painted or colored.
Size and shape-various sizes can be selected, we support many shapes. Warmly welcome customers to customize designs.
Usage-This mirror can be used for various decorative purposes, including coloring for living rooms, bathrooms, corridors, bars and clubs, etc. It is indeed a must-have item in your decorative collection.
The rattan is scraped, treated, dried, split or tailored-sanded or peeled, bundled, and stored; finishing includes steaming, bending, splitting, dyeing, sanding and finishing.
The level of preparation and processing of rattan directly affects the original rattan that the rattan material enters the factory. After polishing, vulcanization, bleaching, drying and regrading, high-quality rattan can be directly used to make furniture, and lower-quality rattan can be further processed into rattan core And rattan bark, or rattan pieces (rattan silk) processed with rattan splitting machine, used to weave all kinds of furniture or various utensils and handicrafts. In order to improve the utilization rate of the original rattan, the remaining rattan cores after processing are classified and then processed into fine rattan cores with a rattan core splitting machine.
The equipment of rattan products
Drying kiln, steam oven, rattan splitting machine, rattan core splitting machine, rattan bending machine, rattan weaving machine.
Rattan is abundant in the primitive old forests along the border of Tengchong and Myanmar. It is a kind of vine with tough texture and extremely long body. Its skin is smooth in color, smooth in hand, and excellent in elasticity. It is plausible but not slanderous, so it is called rattan, which is a good natural woven material. The daily utensils such as rattan chairs and rattan boxes made by Tengchong people are exquisite in craftsmanship, diverse in variety and durable, and have been loved by consumers throughout the ages.
Rattan products are made from rattan rods after processing. The raw material of rattan products is rattan, which has a short plant growth cycle and is easy to grow. However, the rattan itself will be rubbed between the rattan and rattan during the weaving process, and the strength of the rattan will decrease after repeated friction.
Rattan Mirror Styles
The round black rattan mirror has a bohemian style. The timeless black pattern, the round shape depicts the style of bohemian fashion. In bright colors, it will provide a sensational shift.
In the Tang Dynasty, people in Danzhou, Guangdong (now Danxian, Hainan Island), Qiongzhou (now Qiongshan, Guangdong) and other places used wild deer vines to weave curtains, and some even woven patterns of flowers, fish, insects, birds and birds, with fine craftsmanship . From Kaiyuan to Yuanfeng (713～1085), Lingnan and other places paid tribute to the imperial court. In the early Qing Dynasty, the folk rattan workshops developed, and the number of weaving rattans increased, especially in Wuyang (now Guangzhou) and other places. After the 19th year of Jiaqing (1814), raw rattan from Indonesia and other countries was imported into Guangdong. Fishermen in Shabei Village, Hainan first weaved rattan utensils such as mats, chairs, and cushions, and the production became more prosperous. Since the 20th century, in addition to Hainan, Guangzhou, and South China Overseas, Guangdong rattan weaving has also developed into Foshan, Jiangmen, Shiqi and the eastern regions, and mainly in Shabei and Huangqi villages in Hainan, known as the hometown of rattan weaving. Since the 1980s, rattan production has also been developed in Hunan, Zhejiang, Yunnan and other places. Rattan crafts are now exported to dozens of countries and regions such as the United States, Italy, and Spain.