Lutin and lacquerware, both of which are traditional handicrafts for thousands of years, are sophisticated and sophisticated.
It is one of the outstanding representatives of East Asian traditional crafts.
Lutin is a general term for the decorative craftsmanship that uses snail shells and seashells to grind into thin slices of different shapes and inlay on the surface of objects according to the needs of the picture. According to the annotation in "Cihai", the word "钿" in Luotian means inlaid decoration.
Lacquerware is a natural liquid that is cut from the lacquer tree, and it is made by repeatedly painting the lacquer shade and drying and polishing it. Lutin and lacquerware are also traditional handicrafts for thousands of years, with sophisticated craftsmanship.
The Lutin lacquer craftsmanship has also become one of the outstanding representatives of East Asian traditional craftsmanship.
The luotian lacquer incense box can be used for placing incense pills and applying incense. It can also be used to display small accessories such as jewelry, earrings, diamond rings, etc.
Raden is a style and technique in Japanese lacquerware and woodwork using inlays of shell and ivory to decorate pieces that usually have a wood base, whether lacquered or not, though bases of metal or other materials may be used. The shells used include mother-of -pearl, abalone and other types.
Raden Lacquerware Incense BoxIt is an Incense Pastille (Nerikoh) or incense powder container.
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