Definition of lacquerware in English:

lacquerware

Line breaks: lac¦quer|ware
Pronunciation: /ˈlakəwɛː
 
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(also lacquerwork)

noun

[mass noun]
Decorative articles, typically made of wood, that have been coated with lacquer.
More example sentences
  • The same is true for fine cloisonné, lacquerware and decorative metalwork.
  • Other forms of graphic arts include lacquerware, mother-of-pearl inlay, gold work, nielloware, silverware, wood carving, ceramics, basketry and plaiting, weaving, and painting on paper or canvas.
  • Dong Khoi and Le Thanh Ton streets are favourites for elegant silk clothing, hand embroidered scarves, and lacquerware.

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