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Thai Porcelain or Benjarong Traditional Thai five-color pottery.

Historiography of Benjarong


Fine art with the craftsmanship of Thai Porcelain or Benjarong handicrafts that have been passed down from generation to generation for eons, many ages have passed. In contrast, the more handicrafts Benjarong produces, the faster it develops on the international market. With the value of the product itself, which is a combination of gold and high artistic value, no country in the world can compete.

Today’s production serves a different purpose than it did in the past. In antiquity, only the aristocracy would produce and use Benjarong, but today, the entire Thai population uses Benjarong. It is well-liked. by both Thais and foreigners, whether purchased or used for home decoration or as a gift, souvenir, souvenir.

Generating Benjarong


Making Benjarong can be considered. It is a work of Thai arts and crafts that have been around since ancient times. thai porcelain tableware wares in the past were made to order in China according to Thai ideas and patterns.  To order, there will be a Thai technician traveling to control the production to get the look that is Thai style. The Ayutthaya period and the Rattanakosin period during the 18th and 19th centuries. Benjarong wares of the high-class Thai dynasty were made to order at Jingdezhen.  and from kilns in Fujian and Guangdong provinces. Benjarong is made in the city of Jingdezhen.  It is often used in the royal court because of its fine clay texture, toughness, and skillful craftsmanship. Write beautifully detailed patterns.

Benjarong wares and Lai Namthong wares have been improved and invent a pattern has been added as well, such as a lotus-shaped bowl inside a white glaze or sea green, with no pattern, and early Rattanakosin period. Has evolved successively from the patterns in the past. Various shapes of jars have interesting patterns, such as the lion, garuda, Norasing, Kinnaree, and Hanuman motifs, combined with Kanok flame and Kankhod patterns.


Benjarong Community Relations

People in the community generate income from their employment used in the production of raw materials some are obtained from the community causing a turnover income from the sale of raw materials and members have more accumulated money from work. There is unity in the family members and people in the community. There was the participation of people in the community in various fields.


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