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Ceramics

Ceramics

      Historical kiln sites in the north dating back several centuries have been found at Sankamphaeng in Chiang Mai, Wiang Kalong in Chiang Rai and Wang Nua and Thung Tao Hai in Lampang. From those times, the heritage of ceramics production has been passed down through the generations. Combined with modern technology, this tradition has led to the creation of vibrant contemporary ceramics that have made the region an acclaimed center for artistic ceramic production.

Artisans

After majoring in ceramics and graduating from the Faculty of Decorative Arts, Silpakorn University, Natthapol "Mick" Wannaporn found himself unable to earn a steady income, so he decided to continue
Jib spent a decade on Rakker, which started out as an experimental project. “Rak” is a natural coating used in lacquer works and basketry that is mostly produced in Om
Naruporn Chawantat, the owner of Naru Ceramic is like a miracle. Her big smile and bright eyes enliven the day as would a flower in bloom under a bright blue
“We stand out for our distinctive products as one of the best-known ceramic brands in Chiang Mai,” said Kraikan Sirirungsi, marketing manager of Prempracha Collection as she talked about the
The Dhanabadee Group is a well-established ceramics business known for its revival of the chicken pattern on noodle and soup bowls, a classic design long associated with ceramics in the
The art of making celadon originated in China more than 2000 years ago and was introduced to this region during the Sukhothai period, only later coming to the Kingdom of
Chuanlhong Ceramic is a ceramic factory in Lamphun where local craftsmen mold and paint every piece by hand. Managed by Kittikorn Kanjanakuha, the factory was founded by his father, Uthai
Jirawong Wongtrangan is an artisan potter who started to sell his ceramic art pieces after graduating from university. He transformed his house in Chiang Mai into In Clay Studio, the
PhaChaNa (pa-cha-na) in Thai refers to any kind of container, be it glassware, plates, vases, pots or cups. They reflect the personalities and tastes of their user, which is why