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Lacquer: Technology and Conservation: A Comprehensive Guide to the Technology and Conservation of Asian and European Lacquer (Conservation and Museology) [Hardcover]

Marianne Webb
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It is difficult to pinpoint a time and place for Asian lacquer's origin since the use of lacquer to coat objects predates written history. Read the first page
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