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Laundry Basket

Designer Chandigarh Collective
Collection Project Chandigarh
Year/Period 1955
Dimensions ( cm / in ) H 17.4 / D 27.2 / W 17.6 H 44.0 / D 69.0 / W 44.5
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Product Description

The 'Laundry Basket' or 'Dirty Linen Basket' has a teak frame with woven cane on five sides. The top flap opens with the help of a brass latch and hinges.

The basket was designed in the same style as the seating furniture. This particular design was first used in the hostel rooms of the legislative assembly in Chandigarh. Vintage laundry baskets of similar style, dating back to the 19th century can be found in southern India, Myanmar, etc.

Product Specification

Standard dimensions H 17.4 / D 27.2 / W 17.6 H 44.0 / D 69.0 / W 44.5
Materials Teak (Tectona grandis) Natural Cane
Product variants N/A
Other information N/A
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Laundry Basket 3
Laundry Basket 1
Laundry Basket 2

Product Options

We offer this product in a choice of Natural Teak or Dark Stain. For Natural Teak finish, the wood is sanded to smoothness and transparent wood polish and sealer are applied with a soft cloth to bring out the natural golden brown colour of teak. For Dark Stain, a coat of teak stain is hand applied to give the wood a darker, deeper shade. Please note, each batch of teak is unique and actual shade may vary a little from the reference image.

Wood Finish Options - Natural Teak / Dark Stain

Colour swatch of Natural Teak
Natural Teak
Colour swatch of Dark Stain
Dark Stain

Cane Weave Options - Diamond Weave / Cross Weave

Colour swatch of Diamond Cane Weave
Diamond Cane Weave
Colour swatch of Cross Cane Weave
Cross Cane Weave
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