Pure nature - Rattan love
Rattan is a naturally renewable palm that grows mainly in the tropical forest regions of Southeast Asia and is an invaluable part of rural people’s livelihoods.
The majority of the world’s rattans is found in Indonesia’s forests.
There are many different types of rattan palms, such as high or low climbers, single stemmed or clustered rattan species. Some have very short and underground stems. Several rattan species are known to reach lengths of 100m. Rattan grows best under some sort of tree cover including secondary forest, fruit orchards, tree plantations or rubber estates. As a result rattan planting indirectly protects tree cover, along with forests.
I love rattan from the thin one till the heavy cane and the skin. When finished by knowledgeable craftsman without nailgun it keeps its beauty for ever....