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All reviews family business no pressure to buy small family entire process detailed explanation step by step see photo the main road whole family worth the effort buy something old bagan production cuckoo bamboo village craftsmanship
We got stopped outside a temple and given their card.. And just based on curiosity, we checked them out. They didn't press us to buy anything, just wanted their work to be seen.
Boy, they're good! You should check them out when you're in Bagan!
When we got to the place, we were greeted by a member of the Jasmine Family. He explained to us in great detail the process of making lacquerware, and what made their product more authentic, stronger, and world class. He showed to us how meticulous...More
This really is a family enterprise. They are lovely people. The process of making laquareware was explained to us. No pressure to buy at all, but why not when the quality is great. Better if you go independently as you get non-comission rates.
You may have seen lacquerware elsewhere in Asia, however, none will appear so uniquely handcrafted with personal artisan touches.
Good value as prices are reasonable and products sealed properly to enable entry in to Australia.
Visited this shop this morning. We saw the artisans working on lacquerware. This is a small business taking great pride in following traditional lacquerware making. Everything is done by Hans with great care. The owner was very patient explaining to us what they do and...More
A family business that is authentic and genuine about their craft. Wim, the owner, took the time to explain the heritage of making lacquer wear in his family workshop and shared about the process and his sources for raw materials. If you gain contentment in...More
Small shop but indeed the quality is better than other souvenir shops on the street. Not sure if it’s a sales pitch but at least the man gave me an hour long step by step explanation on how to make a bamboo cup.