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NEW!! Thai Benjarong Handmade Porcelain, Ceramic Jar with lid, Thai Hand Painted pottery, Unique Colorful Gift come with Thai silk box

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  • Handmade
  • Height: 4.5 inches
  • Width: 3.5 inches
  •   Thai Benjarong Handmade Porcelain, Ceramic Jar with lid, Thai Hand Painted pottery, Gold Decorative Jar, Unique Colorful Collectible Gift come with Thai silk box.

    Approximately Dimension: Diameter 3.5”x 4.5”H
    Silk Box Dimension:
    4.25”W x 5”L x 3.5”H

    The Benjarong is a traditional form of Thai porcelain. The style of multi-colored enamels on a white porcelain base came from Ming dynasty China.

    The name “Benjarong” was derived from Bali and Sanskrit words Benja and Rong, meaning literally “Five Colors”. “Five Colors” really means “many colors” because the hand-painted pieces are usually decorated in three, five, eight colors, or even more.


    In the 13th – 18th century, Benjarong porcelain was exclusively made for the royal court. Later its use extended to aristocrats and wealthy merchants; today people of all nationalities use Benjarong for formal ware.