Thai Jars and Bottles(55 items)
Welcome to the Thai Jars and Bottle Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Thai Jars and Bottles
I ordered this to use as a memorial urn
This piece is stunning! A true work of art. The craftsmanship is unbelievably beautiful. It is just as pictured and arrived packaged with great care and in perfect condition.
CHARMING, DECORATIVE JAR
I am so very, very pleased with this jar. Beautiful design in soft, pleasing colors. I am planning to use mine as a vase for silk flowers. This is my third jar from artisan Eve and each one is a unique piece. Rochelle 1-26-2018
"This is my talent. I don't know where my skill and love for it comes from. My heart says it's because I've seen and been involved with my parents' work since I was young."
Popular Thai Jars and Bottles
Elephant-Themed Red Ceramic Decorative Jar from Thailand, "Elephant of Lanna"$129.99
Handcrafted from ceramic and decorated with bamboo and rattan fiber, this decorative jar will add a touch of Thai culture to your home. Jaifah Aksornsri creates this jar in the style of traditional rice vessels from the ancient Lanna kingdom. Painted a bright red color, this jar features Thai lettering and the images of elephants on the sides and lid, which is attached via a black cotton cord. This decorative jar is displayed atop a base of raintree wood.
Handmade Black and Gold Decorative Jar from Thailand, "Shimmering Spire"$149.99
Add a brilliant Thai accent to your home décor with this stunning decorative jar from artisan Jaifah Aksornsri. Native mango wood is carved by hand to create the sleek, curved design that is reminiscent of traditional jars of Thailand. Gold and black colors are used to create a striking finish.
Handmade Ceramic Decorative Jar from Thailand, "Lanna Antique in Green"$59.99
Jaifah Aksornsri of Thailand creates this beautiful decorative jar that adds a lovely Thai accent to home decor. Hand woven bamboo is used, which is covered in clay and painted in a rich deep green color with ancient Northern Thai lettering on all sides, as well as on the lid. Woven bamboo and cotton rope adorn the exterior in a style that is traditional to Thai rice jars of old. The jar sits on a base of native raintree wood. The name comes from an ancient region in Northern Thailand that was known as the "Kingdom of a Million Rice Fields."