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The firm specialised in japanning papier mache items to ensure they looked as if made from much more robust material.
They have also tapped other clients, like event stylists who order customized papier mache figures, to widen their market.
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Mama Mache opens at 3pm for its all seven Indian workers to clean and prepare the fish, putting their specially prepared powder of herbs and spices to marinate the fish.
This papier mache creation is a Father's Day gift with a personal touch
Papier mache has flourished in Kashmir in the past.
Until this publication, papier mache and tinware have not been seen as parts of the same industry.
He excels not only in the art of papier mache and miniature but is also an accomplished artist in stain glass, fabric designing and traditional furniture painting.
Shayakubov Shailkon is a papier mache painter who has brought with him a host of items, including jewellery boxes (in fact, all kinds of boxes), chess pieces, pencil cases among others.
Mache as chief information officer for the enterprise, which includes The Joint Commission, Joint Commission Resources and the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare.
Several firms made papier mache and skin-covered push and pull-along animals, such as a cow standing on a wheeled base that sold for pounds 380 or a pair of papier mache coach horses at pounds 160.
ARTIST Hayley Felton has proved that papier mache isn't all it's cracked up to be with her creation, The Race.
the California Tree Fruit Agreement (CTFA), based here, and Epic Roots, LLC will promote California-grown Mache and peaches, plums, and nectarines for one of the busiest grilling holidays: July 4.
In the late 18th century, papier mache was used in coach construction.