The tradition of lacquer ware container from Bagan, Myanmar.
9"L x 7"W x 9"H
Bamboo, Tree Sap, Lacquer, Mixed Ashes, Paint
The tradition of lacquerware is centuries old in Burma. This lacquerware container, referred to in Burmese as kun-it, was made in Bagan, the centre of lacquerware production. Sap is drawn from the Melanorrhoeausitata tree found in North-eastern Burma to make the lacquer. Pigments such as ochre and indigo are added to produce the desired colour. A dozen or more coats are then applied to the object resulting in a beautiful lustre that is waterproof and very durable. The object is then deftly decorated with a fine metal point which is used to etch grooves that are then filled with coloured lacquer. The object is left to dry and then polished. This process is repeated several times and requires great skill, experience and time. This container consists of 1 bowls, lid and base and is decorated with a masterfully executed aquatic design.
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