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Easy to drop in, just on the road between Nyaung Oo and Old Bagan. Interesting display, workshop and the owner's family. As of family business, you can learn first hand from the expert all the process of making lacquerware. The father, Mr. Maung Maung (U...More
The process is amazing and the time it takes to get a finished product is unbelievable. I was really intrigued by all of the hand work and detail of the artists but some of them were so young and I have concerns about the fumes...More
Some of the best lacquer wear I have seen. The quality is excellent and the prices are VERY reasonable. It's fun to watch the craftsman design and create these pieces on site. The only down side is their shipping prices are totally ridicules . So...More
It is interesting to see how lacquerware is produced in this workshop. The shop is air conditioned and there is no pressure to buy. The assistants will answer your questions but there is no sales pressure. The quality seems good though I am not an...More
From an untrained eye the quality of the products were very nice. They had many different styles and type of products from bowls to trays. They have one shelf which sells defects for a cheaper price. Outside you can see the craftsmen working. You can...More
It's cool place.Lacquerware Artists are creating beautiful Burmese Lacquerware.Photos are allowed to take and you can see very closer what they're doing.They will also explain about the process and brief history of Burmese lacquerware.You can't miss it if you are Bagan, Myanmar.
In today's electronic and mass-produced world, it is a wonder to see the painstaking handiwork that goes into the art of traditional lacquerware. Baskets are first woven by hand and then painted with lacquer resin. Then designs are carved carefully by hand. This place is...More
If you are in Bagan,Myanmar , I highly recommended that you should go and see how they make their traditional hand made lacquerwares. It's been existing more than 1000 years old techniques.Bagan, the center of myanmar lacquerware still making the real handmade lacquerwares based on...More