Vintage bent wood rattan cache-pot, plant holder, in the shape of a tricycle. (Cache-pot literally translates to hide pot in French and is a plant holder)
Rattan furnishings became popular in the west in the 19th century as Asian imports were brought from eastern countries to add an “exotic” flare to the home. These objects suggested travel and a basic knowledge of eastern civilizations. Rattan is known to be very strong and suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
25 cm tall to top of handlebars
14 cm tall to top of holding basket
26 cm long
Found in Paris