Definition of Lacquerer

1. n. One who lacquers, especially one who makes a business of lacquering.



Definition of Lacquerer

1. Noun. One who lacquers. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Lacquerer

1. one that lacquers [n -S] - See also: lacquers

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lacquerer

laconically
laconicism
laconicisms
laconicum
laconism
laconisms
laconize
laconized
laconizes
laconizing
lacosamide
lacquer
lacquer-ware
lacquer tree
lacquered
lacquerer
lacquerers
lacquering
lacquerless
lacquerlike
lacquers
lacquerware
lacquerwares
lacquerwork
lacquerworks
lacquey
lacqueyed
lacqueying
lacqueys
lacrimae rerum

Literary usage of Lacquerer

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1. The Arts of Japan by Edward Dillon (1906)
"As a lacquerer he belongs to the school of ... a famous lacquerer of the eighteenth century, it is related that he refused to make anything but inro. ..."

2. A Short History of Japan by Ernest Wilson Clement (1915)
"Ritsuo is also called by Hartmann "the most skilful lacquerer the world has ... Hartmann acknowledges that he "achieved great triumphs as a lacquerer," but ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"... the services of the lacquerer were employed to an extent hitherto unknown, and there resulted some magnificent work on friezes, coffered ceilings, ..."

4. Japan in Our Day by Bayard Taylor, William Elliot Griffis (1903)
"In the typical gold-lacquerer's sketch, peerless Fuji, dwarfing into insignificance the thatched cottages, the fowls of the air, the scant cultivation, ..."

5. Arts and Crafts of Old Japan by Stewart Dick (1909)
"He is more frankly decorative than any of his predecessors, and is even more famous as a lacquerer than a painter. Indeed, often in his painting, ..."

6. The Pleasures of Collecting by Gardner Callahan Teall (1920)
"Korin (1661-1716) was the most famous lacquerer Japan has ever produced. It was he who first extensively used ..."

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