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A band of mystical musicians charms their path with tunes ancient and dear. Kittikorn designs this simian band in the tradition of Sawankaloke's ceramic artistry. The band consists of a drummer, a flautist and a guitarist, all dressed in traditional garb with a flower on their backs. Each hand painted statuette is given a glazed finish.
About the Artist: After graduating from the university in Thailand, Kittikorn went to Australia, where he earned a master's degree in economics. 'It was a great experience,' he says. 'I returned to Thailand in 2003 and decided to work for my father at his workshop. I've had to learn every aspect of the method. For me it's been a great challenge! I love to design and create more and more new styles that can be developed into actual products. My work has a distinct style and is completely hand-crafted.'
The Kittikorn Artisan Collection is brought to you by Novica in Association with National Geographic. This beautiful piece was handcrafted by Kittikorn in Thailand. An artisan story card will be included with your purchase.
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