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Black Lacquer Furniture

The oriental furniture collection presents influence from the orient in a collection of beautiful black lacquered furniture with brass handles. Each piece presents stressed edging and elegant proportion,
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Black Lacquer Furniture

complementing one another perfectly and is lacquered seven times.Made from reclaimed solid Pine or solid Ash wood. We keep stock of all items and many are available in smaller and larger sizes to suit your living space. We offer the largest collection of contemporary, hand crafted black lacquered furniture in the UK. Our black lacquer oriental furniture collection features bedroom furniture, dining and living room furniture as well as popular occasional pieces. Our black lacquered coffee tables, console and dressing tables as well as our black lacquer dining tables, TV tables and sideboards are available is several sizes to suit virtually every room of the house.

Our black lacquered oriental designs have a classic yet contemporary look, which means they will look great in both the traditional and the more modern homes.

Made using reclaimed solid Pine wood our black lacquered furniture has a hand brushed, lacquered finish with antiqued yet contemporary, flip up brass handles and stressed edging detail revealing the warm natural Pine wood along the edges. Each black lacquered piece is individually crafted to a very high standard and then packed using sturdy, 100% recyclable packaging.

Origins of black lacquer furniture

Oriental black lacquered furniture was most commonly found in the temples, palaces and homes of the wealthy upper classes. There were four basic styles of lacquered furniture design used throughout the Ming and Qing Dynasties, which lasted from the years 1368 to 1911. These styles included:

• Carving the lacquer or ti-hung

• Using black lacquer to fill in a design that was engraved into the wood, and rubbing it flat, or miao-chi

• Outlining the black lacquer, or luo-tien

• Inlaying mother-of-pearl into the lacquer.