Lacquerware Vases(33 items)
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Featured Reviews on Lacquerware Vases
By Gina P.
Now I have 2!
After purchasing Celestial, a similar bowl by the same artist, I knew I had to have this one too. Now I have them both displayed together on the bookcase in my living room, and they look beautiful! The red is so warm, but vivid at the same time. They just make me happy... Do not hesitate to purchase this unique piece! Thank you Daeng!
By Gina P.
So beautiful on my small black end table!
I have put this beautiful bamboo jar on a small end table that is in the corner of my dining room. The color is so beautiful and it really pops on the black table! It amazes me that bamboo can be turned into something so beautiful! It is very lightweight, but smooth and shiny and has black on tan mixed into it throughout and on the top. I am seriously thinking of ordering the larger one and displaying them together. Do not hesitate to order this beautiful piece! Bravo to the artist for his superb craftsmanship of this lovely item!
"I teach people interested in lacquer work and patiently train them, withholding nothing about my technique."
Popular Lacquerware Vases
Lacquered wood jar, "Ascension"$329.99
Daeng Thanunchai celebrates this lacquer container with concentric beige and russet circles on a black background. The piece is one of the artisan's latest experiments in lacquer work, as he combines traditional design with contrasting colors, resulting in a thoroughly modern adornment for the home. tree - and ashes of burnt rice paddy husks is then applied to the object. Upon exposure to air the mixture dries to form a watertight seal that is polished before another coat is applied. This process is repeated up to twenty times, and a final polishing is executed with sandpaper. Then several coats of pure lacquer are painted on the object, with drying periods in between each coat.
The work is partially polished with sandpaper according to a predetermined pattern - generally concentric - and a few coats of different lacquer colors are applied to the surface and the object is left to dry for a few days. The process remains identical for each ensuing color, alternating lacquering and polishing sessions until the design is achieved. The final coat is washed with water and polished with powdered fired clay, offering an irresistible sheen.
Lacquered bamboo vase, "Melody of Art"$214.99
The melody of art inspires the unique design of this vase featuring a flute-like neck and brim. Daeng Thanunchai crafts the piece by hand with coiled bamboo and several coats of lacquer, which he prepares with natural materials. The final coat is washed with water and polished with powdered fired clay, offering an irresistible sheen in shades of red and black.