Baskets, chairs, tables and even clogs. There are many types of wicker that can be found on Madeira Island. This industry began in the nineteenth century, in the quiet village of Camacha, which still produces the most wicker on the island.
Wicker comes from a plant that can produce between 2 and 5 kg of raw material. Once dry, it can be used to create true works of art. Because there are less and less wicker craftsmen, a detailed and manual craft, the pieces for sale are all the more unique.