Lotus Leaf Fruit Platter

Celadon Pottery,

Thailand

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The styling and lotus leaf design of this piece illustrates the manner by which Thai greenware straddles the gap between aesthetics and contemporary. The plate's shimmery, near-transparent glaze is beautifully offset by an opaque beige handle that allows easy use.

₹5,100
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After discovering the Kaolin (of the most important materials used), the King of Siam decided to bring some of the craftsmen from China and established workshops in Siam Kingdom. The first Benjarong that was made in Thailand was in the reign of King Rama V .

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    A moist dough of raw earthen ware clay is made in pug mill which is then kneaded & ''Thrown-on-the-Wheel? for moulding. The pieces are dried in open air, until hard. Once hard, the surface is hand-engraved, carved or painted with intricate designs and motifsThen the pieces are ''Bisque Fired'' in a tub kiln to a temperature of 800o C & dipped in a special Celadon glaze. Finally, these pieces are fired at the ideal temperature range of 1,260o to 1,300o C in a...

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    Dimensions(cm):
    Length: 34
    Width: 34
    Height: 27
    Type of Material:Clay/Ceramic, Leaf
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