Lacquerware

Lacquerware

decorative and useful crafts produced in an ancient Burmese technique

Location: 

Kayay St, New Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)

Duration: 

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Personal highlights

  1. Lacquerware: decorative products covered in lacquer
  2. Technique: handmade craft dating back over 5000 years!
  3. Museum: guide explaining the production process in details
  4. Shop: selling everything from small cups to large vases
  5. My experience: interesting insights into an ancient tradition

Image sources

  1. Lacquerware production
  2. Lacquerware final products
  3. Lacquerware Burmese drawings
  4. Lacquerware drying room
  5. Lacquerware paint color

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