A stylish lacquered Candy Box “Bonbonniere” which is impressive with the natural and beautiful grain of zelkova wood.
It can be used not only for candies, chocolates or other sweets but also as a jewelry box.
It is made by the wood turning technique one by one.
The coating is finished by the technique called “Fuki-Urushi”, which repeats many times by applying the lacquer and wiping off it with a cloth. It brings out the beauty of wood grain as well as gives strength to the product.
Lacquer has supported Japanese life and culture by widely used for its robustness, durability and ease of decoration.
Isuke Shoten Co., Ltd., that was originally a lacquer dealer in Kyoto, pursued a finish which can be felt the beauty and the texture of the wood containers and produced this “MOKU” series by collaborating with Miyake design. MOKU means of wood in Japanese.
It has a modern atmosphere and will also fit well in western-style living spaces. We hope you will enjoy the utility and beauty of Japanese lacquerware.
It is highly recommended as a gift for the wedding, birthday, or various anniversaries, and as a gift set with bowls, cups, or trays of the same series, for regardless of ages.
・It is produced by the best use of natural wood. Please note that the grain of wood and the color of wiped lacquer may have slightly different between the image and the actual product as it is handmade one by one.
・Please avoid using a microwave oven, dishwasher or dryer.
・Material/ Zelkova Wood , Lacquer
・Weight/ 320 g
・Made in Japan