The French bistro chair in its purest form. The Fouquets in solid color is our most universal French bistro chair model.
- 33 7/16 in
- 17 11/16 in
- 17 11/16 in
- 19 11/16 in
In order to maintain the quality of rattan furniture, it is essential to keep it in a dry place during the winter season. It cannot withstand extended rainy conditions and/or high permanent humidity.
To buy more than 8 pieces,
The Fouquet’s RAINBOW chair, terrace chair or interior chair. This typical French café chair is available in multiple solid colors. This chair will add colors and a touch of Paris to your dining room or your kitchen.
|Code article :||3013,|
|Indoor / Outdoor :||Semi-outdoor,|
|Largeur hors-tout :||17 11/16 in,|
|Profondeur hors-tout :||19 11/16 in,|
|Hauteur hors-tout :||33 7/16 in,|
|Poids :||11 lbs,|
|Largeur d'assise :||Standard seat (15 1/3 in),|
|Hauteur d'assise :||17 11/16 in,|
|Disponibilité :||On stock,|
|Fibres de tissage :||Satin fiber (Raucord),|
|Gamme de cannage :||Basic*,|
|Cannages :||20 Damier 2/2,|
|Couleurs :||Satin ivory – Pantone 7506,|
|Vernis et peinture :||Varnished,|
|Matériaux structure :||Bright rattan (Manau),|
|Finitions tissage châssis :||Tradition,|
|Types :||All year,|
|Commande minimum :||1,|
Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits. Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.
With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.
But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.
The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.
More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.
In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the “summer season”, the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.
But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.
It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the “bad season” arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.
The alternative if you want to use your rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as parisian terraces do.
In summary, 2 main principles to respect:
During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.
During the “beautiful season”, the rest of the time, the rattan can remain permanently outside.
However, if a lasting rain arrives, the rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before drying the furniture in order to dry it out. It should only be taken out once the rain has stopped (in any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).
Rattan furniture (unpeeled and/or unlacquered) can be cleaned with a mild soap, a soft sponge and rinsed with clear water.
Drucker bears the cost of resolving quality issues under normal use.
Delivery in France estimated within 5 to 15 working days after your order made.
Delivery in Europe estimated within 5 to 20 working days after your order made.
Delivery to the rest of the world estimated within about 5 to 90 working days after your order made.
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Examples of variations of Fouquet's ivory
Any questions ?
What does “custom design” and “furniture immediately available” mean?
The furniture custom-made is manufacturerd on demand. You can choose the type of weave and colors. The furniture on stock is sold with unchangeable weaves and colors.
Is there a Maison Louis Drucker shop somewhere?
We have partners in France and abroad where you can discover some of our models and learn more about the Maison Drucker. You can learn more on the page “sales networks”. The workshop, with its showroom, is located in Gilocourt (France), where most of our models are showcased. We welcome, but only by appointment, visitors.
Is it possible to make highstools out of every model of chairs?
Yes for most of the models, please contact us for more specific information.
What is the difference between the choices of finish (elegance, tradition and heavy duty) proposed by Maison Louis Drucker?
Weaving of the seat can be stopped under the seat (elegance), on the side of the seat with a rattan border (traditional) or on the side of the seat with the plastic border (heavy duty)
What is the manufacturing lead time for a chair custom-made (manufactured on demand)?
The manufacturing lead time varies from 7 to 15 weeks. This period increases in the spring and reduces the Autumn.
How to chose the colors in the weave ?
We invite you to choose a model in our bespoke page and click “Configure”.
Is there a difference in quality between the dark rattan (Malacca) and the light rattan (Manila)?
No, the color of the rattan has no influence on its quality. The dark rattan (called Malacca) is the traditional rattan for Parisian terraces.
Is it possible to change the seat height of a chair?
Yes. the standard seat height of 45cm can be lowered down to 38cm or up to 90cm to create a high chair.