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New Zealand raw materials used in deep-sea abalone black gold, black gold abalone grow very slowly grow to legal size can capture takes about 8–10 years, each shell size is about 12cm.
Bao generally black gold reef habitat in the area of shallow water cooler 5-15 meters deep, artificial diving catch in New Zealand is the only legitimate way to harvest abalone black gold, and the law prohibits carrying any artificial oxygen equipment in diving, anyone picking a daynot more than 10 abalone black gold.That number and the environment are limited, so it is more precious!
After sanding Abalone black gold, colorful, as precious generally, widely used for making high-end jewelry, expensive.
First, the design concept
A satisfactory work, starting with the idea of beginning.This process is usually negative nine programs to fulfill a manuscript.
Second, polished shells
After soaking acidic water shells, sand paper and then polished into a thin sheet of paper shell.
Third, crop pattern
The pattern is adhered shell surface, and then cut the line.This process pay attention focused, attentive.
Fourth, artificial painting
A qualified tire wooden, hand-painted seven times to go through, so that no particles gloss finish.
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Our products are handmade because, at the same time as the use of natural shells, seashells natural growth of different lines, like the machine will not produce so perfect, natural black spots on the shells, there are stains, small pores, small skin pores, skin color does notuniform, not a quality problem, please understand this.
Jewelry box paint is non-polluting natural green paint, because the pure hand-painted, together with the reasons air pressure, the paint may not be uniform, som
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Raw materials: black gold Bao described powder lacquer
Dimensions: 27cm * 16.5cm * 11cm
Intangible Cultural Heritage lacquerware inlaid with mother of Jin as a peacock’s treasures