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Duangkamol captures the poised elegance of a horse in a beautiful ceramic sculpture. Crafted by hand, it features the unique green enamel that distinguishes Celadon artistry.
About the Artist: Duangkamol Srisukri is from Bangkok. 'Most of my works are Thai and Chinese reproductions like vases, ginger jars, and figurines,' she says. 'My intention is to maintain the ancient art of celadon and stoneware so that future generations can enjoy these pieces. Together with other artists, we have created beautiful hand-crafted pieces with ornate incisions and bas relief. Each piece that I make has many stories to tell. Each piece is individually signed by the artist who has worked on it.'
The Duangkamol Artisan Collection is brought to you by Novica in Association with National Geographic. This beautiful piece was handcrafted by Duangkamol in Thailand. An artisan story card will be included with your purchase.
Duangkamol conveys the strong sense of
togetherness displayed by Thai elephants. Working in cool green Celadon ceramic, she creates a pair of statuettes. The lovely green pachyderms are beautifully detailed. About the Artist: Duangkamol Srisukri is from Bangkok. 'Most of my works are ...
Wearing headgear from ancient times, yoga
masters stretch their lithe bodies. Duangkamol shapes two finely detailed figurines in Celadon ceramic. What looks like freckles on their bodies are the result of clay oxidation. About the Artist: Duangkamol Srisukri is from Bangkok. 'Most of ...
A girl kneels holding her cupped
hands to her chest before performing the traditional Thai wai or greeting. The wai is a highly important reciprocal sign of courtesy. Hands are cupped together and the head is lowered while saying Sawasdee Khap, meaning "hello." ...