Thai Benjarong

Benjarong comes from the words "Benja" and "Rong" literally meaning 5 colours. This form of painting white porcelain came from the Ming dynasty in China. It is a very intricate process of creation of these patterns on white porcelain which are then painted with different colors. One common theme amongst products that we have, is the use of 12-18 carat gold dust paint on all of these products. The first step involves the actual selection of the piece/s of porcelain on which the work has to be done. The next steps involve imaging, painting and firing of the completed products. Our products have been designed and worked on by a family based out of Samutsakhon, Thailand and most of the work has been done on Bone China, the finest variety of pottery that is available in the world today.

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