Edo Sashimono "Tray (lacquering)"
- Dimensions: 80 x 585 x 370 (mm)
- Packing material: Cardboard case
- Base material: Paulownia Wood
- Finish: Lacquer Finish
What is "Edo Sashimono"?
- Edo Sashimono is a type of furniture and utensils made of wooden boards in Tokyo.
- The lacquering process that maximizes the beauty of the wood grain materials such as mulberry, zelkova, and paulownia, and the delicate and graceful Edo chic.
- Edo fingerware was used by samurai families, merchants, and Kabuki actors as their utensils.
- In order to make it look chic, it was sometimes made from fragile thin boards or thin sticks.
- Edo shimono is made with a unique technique so that it is virtually invisible from the outside. It is extremely durable and can withstand decades of use.
What is "Lacquer Finish"?
- A coating method in which alcohol or thinner dissolved in resin volatilizes during the painting process, creating a thin film on the surface of the wood.
- Multiple layers of coating create a finish that is water resistant and prevents surface scratches.
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