Precious boxes, lid in brown or white eggshells, or in two-tone matt lacquer.
Available in 2 sizes
The eggshell used for the ELLA BOX is a precious and refined material. It is actually the shell of a duck's egg, which produces crackled whites with a very subtle and spectacular effect. Each of these tiny particles is then placed on a layer of fresh lacquer with a pair of tongs. They are then embedded in many layers of clear lacquer to fill the gaps. The brown eggshell is the result of a roasting process and not the result of the application of a lacquer.
Two-tone lacquer :
The two-tone effect obtained on this ELLA BOX is a process of superimposing layers of lacquer colours, dried and sanded between each application. At least 18 layers of lacquer are necessary to obtain the effect with a depth in the material: the glance, not stopping on the polished aspect of the surface, penetrates within the thickness of the superimposed layers where, by transparency, the light plays without ever being really reflected.