Posh, a lifestyle and beauty blog featured Syosaku-Japan on their latest blog.
"Each plate Syosaku produces is individually crafted using Urushi, a lacquer that has been used in Japan for over 9,000 years including in the Kinkaku-Ji (the Golden Temple). Using this same technique, Syosaku devised their own method for coating the Urushi glass plates for color, texture, and design. First, they set out to find the best glass for the plates, then the plates are coated with a special adhesive layer, Urushi lacquer, painted, coated again and are placed in a drying chamber. After coating, the lacquer polymerizes when exposed to moisture and air forming a hard, durable, waterproof film. Urushi glass plates have incredible depth and provide vividness that cannot be found in china or porcelain..."
The article "Mother's Day Gift Guide | Part 2 2021" is written by Carla Snuggs.
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