We were picked up by one of the Jasmin family members on the street and were first not considering to go, because we are not really lacquerware fans. Finally we went with him and it turned out to be a very interesting stop, with patient explications of all the different production steps and observing the family members doing them one after another. We had no pressure to buy at the end and were even offered water and some fruit. Would recomend it to give it a try if you ever are approached by a stranger with a yasmine card.
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