Bronze age bracelet from Bann Chiang, Thailand. This high quality piece is in undisturbed condition from when it was unearthed. The bracelet is from the late ancient Bann Chiang period of 1300 to 1000 years ago. Size: 1 3/4" outer width, 2 3/4" diam.
Antique primitive Thai village mortar. A simple mortar used in the rural villages of Thailand, for grinding herbal medicine, spices or baby food. This mortar had to be handmade by the villager due to the fact that everything was. Will make a great rustic home decor item to compliment your modern house. Circa probably the 1800s. Size: 6.25 inch tall, 5.5 inch wide.
Antique primitive rural wood village animal trough. Handmade by a Thai rural villager out of necessity as a feeding trough, probably for small pigs. Now a great home decor centerpiece for your table. Richly textured with rich wood grain. Size: 23" long, 11" wide, 5" thick, 16" tall (including stand). Shipping $119 via FedEx insured.
Antique Asian primitive wooden carved wheel. Before the roads were paved with asphalt these solid hard wood wheels were used in, Thailand, Burma, China, Viet Nam and most of Southeast Asia. The wheels were handmade from a single piece of teak. Today this item of necessity has become a beautiful rustic accent piece for our modern home decor. Mounted on a handsome black removable cradle mount, so as not to place any holes in the artifact. 18 inch diam, 22 inch tall, weight 18 lbs. Shipping, handli ...click for details
Antique cow or water buffalo bell from Burma. The Burmese villagers handmade these ornate bells of bronze, to help control their small herds of buffalo or cattle. The buffalo were mainly used to pull the plows of the rice farmers. We mounted the bell on a Lucite base, to insure that this artifact will look nice with any modern home decor. Great accent piece. Size: 2.5 x 2 inch bell. 5 1/4 inch tall (Including stand),4 x 2.5 inch base. Shipping via registered airmail only $12.00.
Antique Bronze Chiang Saen Singa 3 Buddha
Chiangsan located in the North of Lanna Thai Kingdom (present day Northern Thailand).
Chiangsan art or Lanna art is not as well known as Sukhothai but its style is unique and appealing. The Buddha is seated with legs overlapped in yogic position and the hands are in the gesture of subduing Mara (Virasana and the Bhumisparsa mudra), usually interpreted as the Buddha calling the earth to witness his good deeds in front of Mara. A narrow waistline offsets ...click for details
Asian rustic mounted sticky rice pan with handle. These hard wood teak trays were handmade by the rural villagers of Northern Thailand. Each one has a unique look and was carved from a single solid piece of wood with primitive tools. Once used by the villagers to spread the hot sticky rice on to get the proper moisture content. Now these primitive kitchen utensils have been replaced with aluminum. Once a family's necessity, now a great rustic home decor accent piece for your modern home. Mou ...click for details
Asian primitive mounted sticky rice pan with handle. These hard wood teak trays were handmade by the rural villagers of Northern Thailand. Each one has a unique look and was carved from a single solid piece of wood with primitive tools. Once used by the villagers to spread the hot sticky rice on to get the proper moisture content. Now these primitive kitchen utensils have been replaced with aluminum. Once a family's necessity, now a great rustic home decor accent piece for your modern home. ...click for details
Antique Burmese style Asian solid wood primitive cart wheel. This wheel was found in North Thailand and is nicely aged. We made a cradle stand for it so no holes were drilled into the antiquity and they can be separated at any time. Handmade made by a villager in the days prior to paved roads, you can still see some of the old tool marks. Great home decor accent piece for the modern house. Circa 1850 to 1910. Size: 19.5 inch diam, 26 inch tall.
Rustic antique solid wood Thai cart wheel. Villagers handmade this wooden wheel with primitive tools from a single log. These solid wooden wheels were used through out South-East Asia in Laos, Thailand, Burma, Cambodia and elsewhere, until the advent of paved roads and the loss of the water buffalo as the beast of burden. Mounted on a modern sturdy cradle mount that displays the antiquity without any drill holes to the artifact. Great rustic accent piece for your modern home decor. Lightly finis ...click for details