Lacquer

Lacquer is the umbrella term for a number of different forms of surface layer which are applied to wooden furniture to produce a glossy, waterproof and durable finish. It comes in a number of different colours and sometimes features inlays and carvings. Japanese lacquer work, which often featured mother of pearl and ivory inlays, was popular in Europe towards the end of the 19th Century. 

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  1. Chinese Interest 5
  2. Floral 4
  3. Birds / Ornithology 3
  4. Japanese Interest 2
  5. Japonisme 2
  6. Persian interest 2
  7. 20th and 21st Century Design 1
  8. Animal / Animalier 1
  9. Contemporary 1
  10. Louis XV 1
  11. Rococo 1
  12. Shibayama 1
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  1. Lacquer 12
  2. Wood 5
  3. Mother-of-Pearl 3
  4. Ormolu (Gilt Bronze) 3
  5. Bone 2
  6. Enamel - Cloisonné 2
  7. Hardwood 2
  8. Aluminium 1
  9. Brass 1
  10. Kingwood 1
  11. Marble 1
  12. Onyx 1
  13. Satin 1
  14. Steel 1
  15. Walnut 1
Colour
  1. Brown 9
  2. Black 5
  3. Red 5
  4. Gold 4
  5. White 3
  6. Blue 2
  7. Multi-coloured 2
  8. Clear 1
  9. Cream 1
  10. Purple 1
  11. Silver 1
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  1. Chinese 5
  2. Asian 2
  3. French 2
  4. Persian 2
  5. Belgian 1
  6. English 1
  7. Japanese 1
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  1. Late 19th Century 4
  2. 19th Century 4
  3. Early 20th Century 3
  4. 21st Century 1
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  1. Rosel (Belgian, 1874 to early 20th Century) 1