Golden Lacquer Box
In the realm of luxury decor and personal treasures, the Golden Lacquer Box stands tall as a pinnacle of elegance and sophistication. This exquisite masterpiece has captivated hearts and minds for centuries with its delicate craftsmanship and ethereal beauty. In this comprehensive article, we embark on a journey to unravel the secrets behind the allure of the Golden Lacquer Box, exploring its history, diverse uses, and the intricate techniques employed in its creation.
The ornamental handcrafted piece of art would be more than just a storage box. It would be everything to give gifts and store jewellery. You may also contain important things and other personal items. Because it is an antique fan box. This wooden handmade lacquer accessory makes a wonderful collector’s artisanship for an art connoisseur. And it would look out of this world in a captivated cozy home too. Because the lacquer box is an authentic and one-of-a-kind work of art.
The Exquisite Art of Lacquerware
Uzbek masters use several species of trees for their works. Among them are the Walnut tree, Plane, Ember tree, and Mulberry. Those trees have hard fine textures feasible for fine intricate carving. Wood boxes can be found coated in lacquer, even inlaid with precious stones and other types of wood. It is lacquered until it gets its hands on the hardness and sturdiness of wood. Moreover, lacquerware adds an elegant look to the flamboyant designs on the surface of the box. Boxes can also be made of silver, jade, ivory, or copper. Nevertheless, wooden boxes are fashionable.
Such a luxury item as a lacquer box appeared in the world quite a long time ago, several thousand years before our era. However, not everyone could afford them. They were designed to store jewellery and precious stones and were often made of gold, silver or bronze. The owners were poorer owners of cheaper boxes made of wood, covered with a cloth or other inexpensive material. Regardless of the value and quality of the casket, it became a family treasure and passed on to descendants. Now it occupies an honourable place in the life of modern people.
All handmade items are ready to ship and sent by Uzbekistan Registered Post which takes a minimum of 10-21 business days to reach anywhere in the world. If you are looking for delivery any sooner, please ask for priority shipping at an extra cost. Production time is 1-3 business days, not including weekends or holidays.