The tradition of Burmese lacquerware box from Bagan, Myanmar.
6"L x 5"W x 5"H
Bamboo, Tree Sap, Lacquer, Mixed Ashes, Paint
The tradition handicraft box with lid as known as “Yun-It” from Bagan, the centre of lacquerware in Burma. Lacquerware was a popular gift before to foreign envoys given by members of the Burmese court. In daily life they use lacquer boxes for store jewels, store food, cosmetics, flowers, presenting food to monks in Buddhist ceremonies as well as betel nut ingredients, a mild intoxicant that is chewed as a quid.
Worldwide shipping from Chiang Mai, Thailand
Orders placed will be processed and shipped within 3-5 business days. if for any reason for the delay we will contact you directly. There are two types of products that take longer time before shipping;
Carved headboard & carved wood wall art
After 7 business days of purchasing, we will send you a photo of your exact item after painting with the selected color and schedule a delivery.
Please expect 15 business days before the item will be shipped due to restricts the sale of the image of Buddha into international countries that need a certification of authenticity and exportation license before leaving the Kingdom. This is no additional cost to the customer.
At checkout, we’ll provide you with an estimated delivery date for your order based on your shipping method.
Express: 3-10 business days
Standard: 10-25 business days
Sea freight: 1-2 months