Collection: Lacquer ware

Throughout its history, Japanese & Chinese lacquerware has been prized for its functional beauty and artistic significance. The meticulous process of applying multiple layers of urushi (lacquer) and various decorative techniques, including maki-e, raden, and chinkin (engraving and gold inlay), has made it a highly regarded art form. Today, lacquerware continues to be cherished and admired globally for its elegance, durability, and enduring cultural importance.