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Rattan Bread Tray

₹730.00
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  • L-39/34 X W10/5 X H-8 CMS
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ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
There is no clear-cut rule as to where you should store bread and buns, but in order to keep it fresh longer, it should be kept in a dry container or area, preferably not in the warmest part of your kitchen. There are several options for storing bread, and what you choose will more than likely depend more on storing convenience rather than overall style. That said, a stylish kitchen does start with getting rid of the clutter, so find a bread storage option that works for you while keeping your kitchen area looking and feeling free of encumbrances. Use this one to serve the guests or keep it on the breakfast table! A Fancy add on to your mornings!

Rattan (from the Malay rotan) is the name for roughly 600 species of old world climbing palms belonging to subfamily Calamoideae. The climbing habit is associated with the characteristics of its flexible woody stem, derived typically from a secondary growth, makes rattan a liana rather than a true wood. Most rattans differ from other palms in having slender stems. Rattans have been known to grow up to hundreds of metres long.

Many of the properties of rattan that make it suitable for furniture also make it a popular choice for handicraft and art pieces. Uses include rattan baskets, plant containers, and other decorative works. Due to its durability and resistance to splintering, sections of rattan can be used as canes, high-end baskets. Along with birch and bamboo, rattan is a common material used for the handles in percussion mallets.

INGREDIENTS
RATTAN
HOW TO USE


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ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
There is no clear-cut rule as to where you should store bread and buns, but in order to keep it fresh longer, it should be kept in a dry container or area, preferably not in the warmest part of your kitchen. There are several options for storing bread, and what you choose will more than likely depend more on storing convenience rather than overall style. That said, a stylish kitchen does start with getting rid of the clutter, so find a bread storage option that works for you while keeping your kitchen area looking and feeling free of encumbrances. Use this one to serve the guests or keep it on the breakfast table! A Fancy add on to your mornings!

Rattan (from the Malay rotan) is the name for roughly 600 species of old world climbing palms belonging to subfamily Calamoideae. The climbing habit is associated with the characteristics of its flexible woody stem, derived typically from a secondary growth, makes rattan a liana rather than a true wood. Most rattans differ from other palms in having slender stems. Rattans have been known to grow up to hundreds of metres long.

Many of the properties of rattan that make it suitable for furniture also make it a popular choice for handicraft and art pieces. Uses include rattan baskets, plant containers, and other decorative works. Due to its durability and resistance to splintering, sections of rattan can be used as canes, high-end baskets. Along with birch and bamboo, rattan is a common material used for the handles in percussion mallets.

INGREDIENTS
RATTAN
HOW TO USE

RATINGS AND REVIEWS
RATINGS AND REVIEWS

ALL ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
There is no clear-cut rule as to where you should store bread and buns, but in order to keep it fresh longer, it should be kept in a dry container or area, preferably not in the warmest part of your kitchen. There are several options for storing bread, and what you choose will more than likely depend more on storing convenience rather than overall style. That said, a stylish kitchen does start with getting rid of the clutter, so find a bread storage option that works for you while keeping your kitchen area looking and feeling free of encumbrances. Use this one to serve the guests or keep it on the breakfast table! A Fancy add on to your mornings!

Rattan (from the Malay rotan) is the name for roughly 600 species of old world climbing palms belonging to subfamily Calamoideae. The climbing habit is associated with the characteristics of its flexible woody stem, derived typically from a secondary growth, makes rattan a liana rather than a true wood. Most rattans differ from other palms in having slender stems. Rattans have been known to grow up to hundreds of metres long.

Many of the properties of rattan that make it suitable for furniture also make it a popular choice for handicraft and art pieces. Uses include rattan baskets, plant containers, and other decorative works. Due to its durability and resistance to splintering, sections of rattan can be used as canes, high-end baskets. Along with birch and bamboo, rattan is a common material used for the handles in percussion mallets.

INGREDIENTS
RATTAN
HOW TO USE