The lacquer cures for 72 hours, and then is sanded by hand to buff out any imperfections.
Mr. George James, of Nahant, has a very fine porcelain figure which is finished with lacquer.
The lacquer is drawn from its milky sap and mixed with the oil of the bignonia.
It is made from the juice of the lacquer tree, (Rhus vernicifera) which is tapped during the summer months.
These lacquer artists, as I have indicated, worked not for lucre, but for love.
What did you notice in the garage when you entered it to lacquer those blocks?
A gold effect, the result of lacquer printing, is especially striking.
There are so many different things which are customarily covered with lacquer.
We shall have more to say upon this subject in the chapter on lacquer.
We cast that badly, and give lustre to the ill-cast fish with lacquer in imitation of bronze.
1570s as "dye obtained from lac;" 1670s as "lacquer," from obsolete French lacre, name for a kind of sealing wax, from Portuguese lacre, unexplained variant of lacca "resinous substance," from Arabic lakk, from Persian lak (see lac).
"cover or coat with laqueur," 1680s, from lacquer (n.). Related: Lacquered; lacquering.