Ten-tray lacquer pen box
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 high quality lacquer, textile and color to create deep sheen, light reflection and contrast. They follow the concept in lacquer ware & decorative accessories.
- 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.