Chinese style Kuan Yin statue. Celadon emerald cracked glaze, other glazes and unglazed surfaces were applied for color on a stoneware ceramic base to create this exquisite image of Kuan Yin. Crafted with care by the famous potters of Chiang Mai Thailand. Each piece signed on the bottom by the artisan.One of the most universally beloved of deities in the Buddhist tradition, Quan Yin is also known as Kuan Yin, Quan'Am (Vietnam), Kannon (Japan), and Kanin (Bali), She is the embodiment of compa ...click for details
Antiqued gold Thai temple chofa. Made of hand carved wood sculpture, by the same craftsmen that make the actual chofas for the Thai Wats (temples). Mounted on a custom modern black stand. Other sizes and finish available upon request. Great home decor accent piece. Size: 55 inch tall (including base).
Ornate Thai celadon stoneware serving platter. Stunning deep carved oriental dragon design plate, traditional jade green celadon glaze that on closer look is so beautiful, it will take your breath away. Hand crafted in same old way as the Thais have done since the 14th century. This master potter has signed the bottom. Made with pride in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Size: 12.5 inch diam. Shipping $34.00
Bronze patina rain drum reproduction. These South-East Asian drums are best known for the rounded top and the rich ornate flying birds, cattle and other ornate designs. The style was originally unearthed in Laos, but the real origin in Asia is still debated. Sometimes called Dong Son drums. Created by the same master artisans that sculpt some of the finest Thai Buddhist images, these drums were sculpted and cast to perfection down to the smallest detail. Cast with the same lost wax technique as ...click for details
Thai Celadon ceramic creme and sugar set. Simple, yet elegant handmade celadon cracked glaze set, signed on the bottom by the potter. Made with care in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Jade green. Size: 4" x 2.5" x 3.5" (Milk), 3" x 2.5" x 4" (Sugar), 3.5" x 10" (Plate)
Size: 42.5" x 18.5" - Hand painted Yao Taoist ceremonial paintings, purchased in Northern Myanmar (Burma). This stunning and decorative piece is featuring Tai Wai. The High Constable, the white horse officer defending the Taoist disciples along with officers Shang Yuan and Hsien Fong. Shipping and handling from Thailand $17.00