“Also known as Lacquerware 8/5 Wooden Jewelry Box 8 sided”
The Octagonal Wooden Jewelry Box 8/5 with Lacquer Art is a perfect combination of symmetry, art and creativity sired by the very capable artisans of Pakistan. Called octagonal due to its 8 sides, this particular jewelry box has mesmerizing ornamentation and a high functional value.
8 sided Wooden Jewelry Box 8/5 is durable and will last for many years. The Artisans of Northern Pakistan, have made this Wooden Jewelry Box out of rose wood and the lacquer art is done completely by hand.
When you want to make a symbolic statement, a wooden jewelry box may just be the right gift for that special someone – or may be a place where you can keep the gifts and trinkets you cherish. This Box is a keeper.
Very noticeable due to its beautiful lacquer art and distinct shape, this box can also be a very classical addition to your home and office decor.
- This wooden jewelry box measures in the width of 5 inches and a length of 8 inches.
- This Jewelry box is made out of Rose Wood (Sheesham)
- The lacquer art is done by hand.
- It is treated with surface and paint hardeners for longevity
- The Inside space of the box is lined with soft velvet
- Design/color options available for your choosing
- This product has a weight of around 0.3 kg.
Be sure to check out the color options available for this product by selecting the color option icons and seeing the pictures. Checkout once you have selected your desired color and quantity.
‘Lacquer Art’ is a style of designing and painting that hails from the Northern regions of Pakistan. This particular style of designing originated in China over many thousand years ago and then travelled into the Indo-Pak region through skill trade. Chinese inspired Lacquer art in Pakistan has found its way into fine arts, architecture and handicrafts, thanks to the very creative and talented lacquer artisans.
Funparey offers lacquerware made with authentic rose wood (sheesham). The aforementioned product is one such example from Funparey’s lacquerware inventory.
Lacquer art requires a lot of practice and patience. While making lacquerware in Pakistan, an artisan mastering the lacquer art would paint a polished surface sequentially with 3 – 4 layers of contrasting colors of their choosing. Later on, over the final layer they would etch out different designs using a knife. This peels off the last layer of color in the design pattern revealing the vibrant under layer. The finished product is a fascinating marriage of art and craftsmanship.
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