• Product Code: 7156
  • Made by: Sakda Phetdarakul


Benjarong porcelain jar, 'Himmapan'

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Artisan Sakda paints this superb porcelain jar by hand with traditional Benjarong motifs. The bulbous body is topped by a lotus-bud knob on a dome-shaped cover. The contours feature "Thepanom," a celestial being, and "Norasingh," a mythical creature from the legendary Himmapan forest.

The Himmapan forest is said to be located in the Himalaya mountains. The mythical creatures that dwell in the forest are combined animals, such as "Thep Kinnaree". "Kinnaree" is half-woman, half swan, with the head, arms and torso of a woman and the legs and wings of a swan.

Benjarong, which means "five colors" in Sanskrit, is a traditional style of hand-painted Thai porcelain.

Due to the handmade nature of product, no two pieces will ever look exactly the same. This product may vary slightly in colors, motifs, shape, weight and size. The exterior may also show some small flaws in the glaze. Color discrepancies may occur between this item and your computer screen


Size: 9.5 cm Diam x 12.0 cm H

Weight: 0.299 kg

Materials: Benjarong porcelain.

About the Artisan:

This benjarong is hand-painted by Sakda Phetdarakul. The master artisan operates a small workshop in central Thailand.

... Read Sakda's full biography on Ezistock Blog.


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