Inspired by the unique combination of Sukhothai, Sangkhalok and Wiang Kalong-era styles of glazed ceramics, we have trained our craftsmen to specialize in underglaze painting, painting with glaze and sculpting patterns to develop our present collection. We have made our brown and white glazes stronger, developing our own unique style and experimenting by changing our patterns and motifs to make our products more colorful.
“Conserving the old patterns and motifs in the creation of new things is a way for successive generations to sustain and strengthen the family and local community. This is what I think is meant by sustainable development.”
Working with locally-based clays, glazes and firing processes combined with the skills of our ancestors, we have developed a unique body of knowledge. This has helped us to overcome technical limitations, allowing us to follow our imagination in creating the products we want to make.