This product is inspired by the making of the flower tray offering found in the northern Thai culture. The practice began in the “Lanna” period where people used to offer dry betel nuts in a bamboo woven water-drop shape to an elderly in order to pay respect. Consuming betel nut was subsequently declared illegal during Field Marshal Pibulsongkram in 1930. Nowadays it is more commonly used as a fruits tray or container.
Each item is made to order and handmade by a specific individual artisan.
Dimensions: W21 x H40 cm
Note: If your total order from Sumphat Gallery results in packaging that is larger than 1 cubic meter, they will need to use a crate to pack the products together for a packaging fee of US$195. Vermillion's Client Services team will contact you should this be applicable to your order.
|Large Order Lead Time||21-30 pieces: 90 days|
|Place of Origin||Thailand|
|Dimensions||W21 x H40 cm|