Thai Wood Jars and Bottles(29 items)
Featured Review on Thai Wood 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.
"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 Wood Jars and Bottles
Handmade Thai Raintree Wood Elephant Decorative Jar, "Baby Elephant"$104.99
Thai artisan Jaifah Aksornsri designs a smooth round decorative jar with a gorgeous baby elephant posing on the lid. Sculpted of pewter, the elephant covers a raintree wood jar that is expertly carved by hand. Jaifah paints the wood in a rich shade of espresso, completing the decor accessory with an attractive matte lacquer.
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.
Lacquered wood jar, "Compression"$309.99
A modern and elegant jar finely lacquered by Daeng Thanunchai. The concentric pattern, made of tones contrasting the black background, is an example of the artisan's modernization of lacquer works. A unique storage vessel for the den or office. tree - and ashes of burnt rice paddy husks is then applied to the object. Upon exposure to air the mixture dries to form a watertight seal that is polished before another coat is applied. This process is repeated up to twenty times, and a final polishing is executed with sandpaper. Then several coats of pure lacquer are painted on the object, with drying periods in between each coat.
The work is partially polished with sandpaper according to a predetermined pattern - generally concentric - and a few coats of different lacquer colors are applied to the surface and the object is left to dry for a few days. The process remains identical for each ensuing color, alternating lacquering and polishing sessions until the design is achieved. The final coat is washed with water and polished with powdered fired clay, offering an irresistible sheen.