In Phu Tho Province, in Northern Vietnam.

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Vietnamese lacquerware was handed down from generation to generation as a family secret.Many generations of lacquer artists have gradually enhanced the quality of Vietnamese lacquerware in the last seventy years; discovering new materials to add to the palette of coloured lacquers, the method of mixing various colors, the process of creating the lacquerware and particularly the technique of rubbin...

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First of all, the selection of suitable wood for every Vietnamese lacquerware: rose, cherry or walnut wood for the furniture,screens or jewellery boxes, ebony for statues; jack fruit wood for boxes, bowls, plates and plywood for paintings.The wood then will be filled with a layer of natural lacquer which gradually seeps through to a core of wood to make it harder and against any rotting by insects...

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