Their is a product called Brushing Lacquer. I use the Gloss and then use Powder pigments to get the color I want. You can not get a solid color from this. So you will need to do a few coats....................... BTW do not use a Lacquer product over an oil finish it will cause it to alligator and or lift the oil........................... It dries fast with in an hour. If you have large ares like the tops of drawers, inside edges of tables you might want to use a little lacquer retarder to slow it down a bit so you do not get over lapping. It will take a little bit longer to dry with the retarder. If you only get the red Mahogany, yellow and blue you will need to work with it a bit to learn how to get your color but there is a large assortment of colors through MoHawk. Then if you need to knock down the gloss just use some very fine steel wool from Liberon.
2 pics of drawer tops , 1st has one coat and the 2nd has 2 coats. May need a 3rd.