Also known as “Lacquer ware Wooden Vase Pear Shaped” also “Naqshi Vase” also “Vase in Naqshi” also “Nakshi Phooldan” also “Nakshi Flower Pot”
Add charm to your home and office ambiance with a few pieces of assorted lacquerware Wooden Vase Pear Shaped. These vases are delicately designed in pear shape enabling the artisans more room to embed the beautiful lacquer art in a unique way.
Local artisans have used unique pair of colors to etch out lacquer art around the swell of belly of this vase, which gives off a mesmerizing look wherever these are placed. Be sure to check out the color options for this product from the pictures.
Rosewood has been used to craft these pear shaped vases and we have these in limited stock in our inventory.
You can place them over the counter, on the dresser, with flowers or in any style you want, these sure will grab everybody’s attention.
- Wooden vase diameter from the belly is 5 Inches and the height is 9 Inches.
- Vase is hand made and made of rosewood (Sheesham).
- Lacquer art design is hand painted.
- Product is treated with surface and paint hardeners for long life.
- Wooden Vase pear shaped with lacquer art has a limited stock.
- The mentioned price is for the single piece.
- This product has a weight of around 0.666 kgs.
The wooden vase Pear shaped has color options available. However these are sold in singles and the mentioned price is for a single piece.
‘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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