Mexican lacquer is an example of a folk art that appears in several regions in Mexico and was most likely imported from Asia at some point in Mexico's history. These painted and lacquered 6-sided pencil holders are special in that they are made in Olínala, Guerrero, a difficult place to get to.
Traditional lacquer work is done by layering one color of laca onto the object, then allowing it to dry for a good period of time, layering another color, allowing to dry again. These have a traditional floral motif that fits with many traditional home decors.
The are all unique, please allow us to choose for you from our available stock. All are floral on black.
state of origin: Guerrero
dimensions: 4" tall by 3.5" wide