Definitions

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  • noun Decorative coated with lacquer.

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  • noun a decorative work made of wood and covered with lacquer and often inlaid with ivory or precious metals

Etymologies

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From lacquer +‎ -ware.

Examples

  • The burials, therefore, contained a wealth of exquisite items, such as lacquerware, embroidered silk, musical instruments, and depictions of the household's servants -- more than 3,000 objects in all.

    China's Sleeping Beauty

  • These cobbled streets lead past old wooden houses, shops selling traditional Japanese goods such as lacquerware and decorative paper, and excellent small restaurants, where you can get a steaming bowl of noodles and pot of green tea for under

    CANOE Travel Features

  • And artworks — thrones, screens, murals, calligraphy and painting, lacquerware and bronzes, scholar's rocks and stone carvings.

    A Paradise of Illusion

  • Porcelain, lacquerware, scroll painting, silk tapestries and other art forms flourished during the Yuan, established in 1271 by Khubilai Khan, China's first Mongol ruler and grandson of the great conqueror Genghis Khan.

    NYC Exhibit Unveils Rich Treasures Of Yuan Dynasty

  • Its royal treasures showed how Roman glass, Indian carved ivory furniture and Chinese lacquerware traveled across the Silk Road from China to the Mediterranean.

    Afghanistan's Golden Legacy

  • Porcelain, lacquerware, scroll painting, silk tapestries and other art forms flourished during the Yuan, established in 1271 by Khubilai Khan, China's first Mongol ruler and grandson of the great conqueror Genghis Khan.

    NYC Exhibit Unveils Rich Treasures Of Yuan Dynasty

  • Porcelain, lacquerware, scroll painting, silk tapestries and other art forms flourished during the Yuan, established in 1271 by Khubilai Khan, China's first Mongol ruler and grandson of the great conqueror Genghis Khan.

    NYC Exhibit Unveils Rich Treasures Of Yuan Dynasty

  • Porcelain, lacquerware, scroll painting, silk tapestries and other art forms flourished during the Yuan, established in 1271 by Khubilai Khan, China's first Mongol ruler and grandson of the great conqueror Genghis Khan.

    NYC Exhibit Unveils Rich Treasures Of Yuan Dynasty

  • Among other things, we see variegated works that illustrate how Chinese glassmakers transposed techniques from lacquerware: A long-necked bottle in opaque yellow glass, for example, was once covered with layers of blue and green glass that a master craftsman then cut away to leave a floral relief.

    Art, Technology, Design, Crisscrossing the Globe

  • Porcelain, lacquerware, scroll painting, silk tapestries and other art forms flourished during the Yuan, established in 1271 by Khubilai Khan, China's first Mongol ruler and grandson of the great conqueror Genghis Khan.

    NYC Exhibit Unveils Rich Treasures Of Yuan Dynasty

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