Benjarong was invented at Zhejiang province. Although Benjarong was invented in Xuande Emperor, it started to be popular in the reign of Chenghua Emperor (1464-1487 A.D.)

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About 600 years ago, a princess from China was married into the Siam dynasty (now Thailand) and she brought Benjarong with her. At that time, it is understood that Benjarong porcelain was made only for the Emperor of China?s use. However, Benjarong was then supplied from China to the king of Siam for several generations (i.e. King Prasat Thong reigned 1629-1656). Siam started to produce porcelain ...

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The process starts off with first hand making the basic ceramic ware in the shape and size desired. The ceramic is heated in ovens at over 500 degrees centigrade for six to seven hours. In painting process, there are various colors of paint but basically five main colours (black, green, yellow, red and white) are used. The specialized paint for Benjarong needs a skilful painter. The paint is made ...

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The earliest trace of Benjarong ever recorded is back to the Ming dynasty in China (1368?1644 A.D.). In the reign of Xuande Emperor (1425-1435 A.D.) Benjarong was invented at Zhejiang province. Although Benjarong was invented in Xuande Emperor, it started to be popular in the reign of Chenghua Emperor (1464-1487 A.D.) After this, when a Chinese princess was married to a Thai king, this exclusive c...

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