Semi-circle black lacquer desk with eggshell surface
Jacques Blanchard comes from France. From his early age, Jacques always had strong interested in art, he studied in different art shools in France, including the famous "Estienne" school of graphic arts. In 1993, Jacques made his first trip to Vietnam, it was loved at the first sight a source of deep inspiration. After regular visits in the country, he decided to live permanently in Saigon. Jacques's creations are, the marriage between simplicity an luxury. Simplicity in lines and curves, taking inspiration, from a "Zen-Art deco" style; Luxury in materials mixing hight quality lacquer; textile & color to creat deep sheen, light reflection and contrast.
- Use a damp cloth with warm water. Rub the cloth over the surface of the furniture and make sure you dry it well with a bit of paper. After drying, use a suede cloth to rub and leave it looking perfectly shiny.
- Use colorless wax or wax the same color as the furniture to remove marks from lacquered furniture. Apply the wax to the damaged surface and rub it with a woolen cloth until the mark disappears as if by magic.
- Use a brilliant product: ammonia If you use a cloth soaked in warm water across the surface of the table or the cupboard and notice some unsightly water marks afterwards.