Thai Iyara

Benjarong White Elephant Coffee Mug and Lid with Gold Paint

$59.99
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SKU: 254207
Description
Pink and red lotuses detailed with 2.6k gold applications celebrate the legendary art of Benjarong. Featuring a sturdy elephant for a handle, this white porcelain mug is designed by Panida Tamjun. She is inspired by the classic batik motifs of southern Thailand. The mug, lid and saucer, are all painted by hand with detailed artistry.
  • Porcelain with 2.6k gold applications
  • 1.23 lbs
  • 5.8 inches H x 4.9 inches W x 3.1 inches D
  • 6 oz.
  • Saucer(s): 0.6 inches H x 3.7 inches Diam.
  • Made in Thailand

Meet the Artist

Panida Tamjun

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Unusual

    Posted by Fran on Jun 13th 2019

    I bought four of these teacups and they are all gorgeous! The workmanship is remarkable.

  • 5
    tea cup

    Posted by Erin on Jan 14th 2017

    Lovely!

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  • Empowering Women
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  • Job Creator
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  • Preserving Traditions
    Preserving Traditions

    This artist uses traditional techniques handed down through the generations and/or creates culturally significant items, helping keep these traditions alive.

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