coromandel-lacquer

Coromandel work

noun
lacquer work popular in England c1700 and marked by an incised design filled in with gold and color.
Also called Bantam work, Coromandel lacquer.


Origin:
after the Coromandel coast, where objects decorated with such work were transshipped to Europe

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