Traditional Figure Cutlery Set



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This cutlery set is a type of Thailand painted porcelain called Benjarong, which literally means five colours and has high artistic value. Usually finding inspiration in geometric patterns and floral motifs, Benjarong ware is the culmination of artistic workmanship and our design sensibilities. Give your dining experience a floral twist with this intricately designed, multi-coloured cutlery set. It is hand-painted with 18 Karat gold. Who said eating at home couldn't be fun?

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The deep blue motif of the central bowl contrasts with the Bermuda grey plate and makes a contemporary eye-catching decorative. this bowl can be paired with both antique and contemporary dinnerware.

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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 from mineral colours and must be well crushed and mixed with water in proper ratio. The paint should...

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    Length: 4
    Width: 4
    Height: 22
    Type of Material:Bone China and 18 carat paint
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