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Porcelain covered bowl decorated in the Bencharong style of Chinese export ware made for the Thai market. Painted with enamel colours: turquoise, red and gold on a dark blue ground.
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Diameter: 12 centimetres (max)
Height: 7.50 centimetres (of lid)
Height: 10.70 centimetres (without lid)
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- Bencharong, meaning "five colours", was the name given to this type of porcelain enamelled with three to eight colours.
Lai Nam Thong is a variety of Bencharong ware that has gold leaf on it. Lai Nam Thong means 'gold wash pattern.'
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