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Specialty Hand-Woven Cane, Pre-Woven Cane, and Rattan Furniture Repair, Caning Canada

Binding cane or rattan is used to weave Danish midcentury modern furniture.


We need a photo of your binding cane piece to provide an estimate, as we need to estimate the amount of material required, the attachment technique, and the weaving method.


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Binding Cane or Rattan

Binding cane or rattan is used to weave Danish midcentury modern furniture.


We need a photo of your binding cane piece to provide an estimate, as we need to estimate the amount of material required, the attachment technique, and the weaving method. 

Danish Teak Table with Cane Shelf

Danish Teak Table with Cane Shelf

Binding cane is used in many ways to create a light, airy yet functional surface on midcentury modern Danish tables. 


This Danish teak table with a cane shelf uses a no-nail technique to attach the binding cane to the magazine shelf.


The weaving pattern is a one-by-one open weave. 

Mid Century Modern Trioh Danish Teak End Table

Mid Century Modern Trioh Danish Teak End Table

A beautifully crafted, Danish, two-tier teak and cane table designed by Trioh Mobler circa the 1960s. 


This table features a sturdy two-tier design, with the bottom tier strongly supported by a binding cane woven into a magazine shelf—a gorgeous sight to behold in person.


Dimensions:


29 1/4“ wide x 29 1/4” deep x 20 1/4” tall

Teak & Cane Side Table by Arne Hovmand Olsen, Mogens Kold, Denmark 1950

Teak & Cane Side Table by Arne Hovmand Olsen

The teak and cane side table by Arne Hovmand Olsen for Mogens Kold, Denmark, 1950s used a thinner gauge of cane then binding cane to create the lower shelf. 


The table has a solid teak frame and teak top with solid edging, including a distinctive lip along the short edges. The table has a split cane woven shelf framed by solid teak. The top and shelf appear to float as they are bolted to the frame through teak dowels.

Canadian Made Round Teak Table with Cane Shelf

Canadian Made Round Teak Table with Cane Shelf

A Canadian-made vintage beauty.


The beautifully sculptured round teak table with a cane shelf is made to start a conversation in your home. 


What a statement. 

Woven for Brassy Beehive located in Edmonton, Alberta.

Trioh Danish Teak Coffee Table with Floating Cane Shelf

Trioh Danish Teak Coffee Table with Floating Cane Shelf

The mid-Century Modern Danish teak coffee table by Trioh Møbler sports an extremely functional two-tier design with a caned shelf at the bottom. 


Elegant Scandinavian styling throughout with unparalleled attention to detail and premium teak construction.


Notice how the pattern switches between a two-by-two pattern and a one-by-one weaving pattern to create even more depth and intrigue?


Dimensions:


Height: 16.5" x Width: 58.38" x Depth: 20.38" 

Riempie Chairs

Riempie chairs can be traced back to the traditional 17th-century Dutch, Flemish, and English chairs.


 Riempies or readily available leather straps were used in place of cane or reed strips which had to be imported.



In the early 1820s, settlers in South Africa were on the move and needed lightweight chairs that utilized the materials available, and the technique of riempies was most common. A simple, lightweight and strong chair that embraced the South African heritage.



Riempie chairs have stood the test of time and are still produced in South Africa.


Now I don't do leatherwork. However, I have found that weaving the Riempie chairs with two different gauges of cane provides a clean, textured, yet beautifully finished seat that is well suited to the chairs. Replacing the traditional leather straps with cane has been well received as the Riempie strapping with time transfers a powdery and caulk-like substance to one's clothing. 

Hans J. Wegner

Teak W2 Dining Chairs by Hans J. Wegner for C.M. Madsen, 1950s, woven with a binding cane.

Hans Olsen 1919–1992

Rocking chair designed by Hans Olsen for Juul Kristensen in Denmark circa the 1960s.

ERIK WØRTS 1916 - 1997

These chairs were designed by Erik Wørts and produced by Wørts Møbelfabrik in 1957 in Denmark.

Ib Kofod-Larsen 1921 - 2003

Kofod cane back lounge chair woven in the Hans Olsen style.

Erik Kollig Andersen and Palle Pedersen

Erik Kollig Andersen and Palle Pedersen were produced by Horsnaes Møbler in the 1950s-1960s.