What is Lacquer-ware?
Lacquer-ware refers to wooden or fiberglass objects painted and preserved with lacquer. Lacquer is a clear, water-resistant resin made from the sap of the Rhus Succedanea tree.
The application of lacquer to wooden artifacts is an ancient process dating back thousands of years.
History has yet to reveal just how long Asia has been defining and redefining the technique in which lacquer and its byproducts are produced. Popularised during the dynasty periods of India and China…
The traditional lacquer process practiced in Vietnam is quite complicated and can take up to 4 months to finish one piece. Even a simple tray takes a minimum of 75 days…
Each creation from Huong Nga Fine Arts is the result of a time-honoured process. They have 13 coats of lacquer which makes them very durable. However lacquer wares should be handled carefully…
What our customers think
We have ordered beautiful trays identified with our logo to be given as gift. The trays were produced and delivered as promised. Great service! Thank you.
Diane Kameen, Bevolution Group, Chicago, IL 60609, USA
Jun 18, 2018
I don't write tons of reviews but when a business provides GREAT service I'm compelled to do so. I've got to say that Huong Nga's furniture and home accessories are simply gorgeous. Yet the prices matches with the quality and services provided: upscale. Everything is handmade, hand painted so the set of tables I ordered for my new home is unique! Thanks to your patience and wonderful suggestions, I now have the furnishing I wanted for so long.
Richelle Evans, Hasbrouck Heights, NJ, USA
Jan 01, 2016
We have received the furniture we ordered during our stay in HoChiMinhCity. We fell in awe for the lacquered craft created by Ms. Nga. The furniture is beautiful, the hand painted designs choice is infinite. We are delighted with the overall quality of this business and are very happy to recommend Ms. Nga to anyone interested in buying unique pieces of lacquer.