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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #1034338 (stock #D235)
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Decorated with flowers and butterflies in red, blue, yellow and green pigments over gold background, with green footrim.

"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It is used to refer to Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. Bencharong also refers to the use of five colors in decorating the ceramics even though the color range sometime exceeds five...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #703570 (stock #C5561)
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Decorated with trellis-and-rice-ball motifs in red, blue, yellow and green pigments over gold background, with green footrim.

"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It is used to refer to Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. Bencharong also refers to the use of five colors in decorating the ceramics even though the color range sometime exceeds five...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #703568 (stock #C5560)
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decorated with peonies among lotus scrolls in iron red and green pigments over gold background, the cover with silver tiered top. This type of covered jarlet is called “Toh Prik” in Thai.

"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It is used to refer to Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. Bencharong also refers to the use of five colors in decorating the ceramics even though the color range sometime exceeds five...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #703567 (stock #C5559)
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All decorated with trellis-and-rice-ball motifs in iron red, blue, yellow and green pigments over gold background over gold background.

"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It is used to refer to Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. Bencharong also refers to the use of five colors in decorating the ceramics even though the color range sometime exceeds five...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Chinese : Porcelain : Pre 1900 item #703563 (stock #C5555)
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Decorated with trellis-and-rice-ball motifs in iron red, yellow, blue and green pigments over gold background.

"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It is used to refer to Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. Bencharong also refers to the use of five colors in decorating the ceramics even though the color range sometime exceeds five...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #703557 (stock #C5550)
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Decorated with colorful flower and butterflies motifs over gold background, painted with floral motif on the central top of the lid, with brass handle and bands on the end of spout, the pot’s rim and the lid’s rim.

"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It is used to refer to Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #703552 (stock #C5547)
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Decorated with trellis-and-rice-ball motifs in iron red, yellow, blue and green pigments over gold background, with a brass band on the top rim of the cover.

"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It is used to refer to Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. Bencharong also refers to the use of five colors in decorating the ceramics even though the color range sometime exceeds five...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #642541 (stock #C4993)
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$200.00
"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It also refers to the Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market using five colors in decoration since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. However, the color range sometime exceeds five.

The decoration of Bencharong varies from figures of Thai gods and Thai mythical beasts to various stylized Thai patterns of motifs inspired by flowers and plants...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #642540 (stock #C4992)
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$200.00
"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It also refers to the Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market using five colors in decoration since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. However, the color range sometime exceeds five.

The decoration of Bencharong varies from figures of Thai gods and Thai mythical beasts to various stylized Thai patterns of motifs inspired by flowers and plants...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #642538 (stock #C4991)
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$200.00
"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It also refers to the Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market using five colors in decoration since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. However, the color range sometime exceeds five.

The decoration of Bencharong varies from figures of Thai gods and Thai mythical beasts to various stylized Thai patterns of motifs inspired by flowers and plants...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #642537 (stock #C4990)
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$200.00
"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It also refers to the Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market using five colors in decoration since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. However, the color range sometime exceeds five.

The decoration of Bencharong varies from figures of Thai gods and Thai mythical beasts to various stylized Thai patterns of motifs inspired by flowers and plants.

Presented here is a polychrome stem-dish with foliated rim, decorated with a centr...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #642535 (stock #C4989)
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$180.00
"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It also refers to the Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market using five colors in decoration since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. However, the color range sometime exceeds five.

The decoration of Bencharong varies from figures of Thai gods and Thai mythical beasts to various stylized Thai patterns of motifs inspired by flowers and plants.

Presented here is a polychrome stem-dish with foliated rim, decorated with central...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #113818 (stock #C0443)
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"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It is used to refer to Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. Bencharong also refers to the use of five colors in decorating the ceramics even though the color range sometime exceeds five. Later evidences show that Bencharong was also produced in Thailand during The Bangkok period in 19th century.

The decoration of Bencharong varies from flowers to figures of Thai gods and Thai mythical ...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Southeast Asian : Ceramics : Pre 1900 item #111811 (stock #C0405)
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"Bencharong" is a Thai word, meaning "five colors". It is used to refer to Chinese ceramics made to order for Thai market since the Ayutthaya period in 18th century. Bencharong also refers to the use of five colors in decorating the ceramics even though the color range sometime exceeds five. Later evidences show that Bencharong was also produced in Thailand during The Bangkok period in 19th century.

The decoration of Bencharong varies from flowers to figures of Thai gods and Thai mythic...