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- The term lacquer is used for a number of hard and potentially shiny finishes applied to materials such as wood. These fall into a number of very different...
- Lacquer thinner, also known as cellulose thinner, is usually a mixture of solvents able to dissolve a number of different resins or plastics used in modern...
- Eastern Wu period A lacquered table of the Yuan dynasty, 14th century, with an inlaid mother-of-pearl decoration of a tree Carved lacquer box with the "Sword-Pommel...
- Teeth blackening or teeth lacquering is a custom of dyeing one's teeth black. It was most predominantly practiced in Southeast Asian and Oceanic cultures...
- Carved lacquer or Qidiao (Chinese: 漆雕) is a distinctive Chinese form of decorated lacquerware. While lacquer has been used in China for at least 3,000...
- heat-treated, or coloured before applying onto a base material that is to be lacquered. Curing the applied sap requires "drying" it in a warm, humid chamber...
- Coromandel lacquer is a type of Chinese lacquerware, latterly mainly made for export, so called only in the West because it was shipped to European markets...
- "Lacquer Head" is the first single from Primus' 1999 album, Antipop. The song features three verses that tell the tale of three different children, and...
- The Lacquered Box (French: Le coffret de laque) is a 1932 French crime film directed by Jean Kemm and starring Danielle Darrieux. It was based on Agatha...
- red lacquer. Lacquer was used both on pottery, and on different types of wooden items. In some cases, burial clothes for the dead were also lacquered. Many...
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