Kiln and ceramics sources in Nan Province


Kiln and ceramics sources in Nan Province

The Earthenware Is a tool that has a relationship associated with the way of life of the Lanna people intimately for a long time Because pottery is an educational tool for history, politics, economy, society and culture as well as the way of life with the production of pottery like that.

Kiln and ceramics sources in Nan Province It was found at Ban Bo Suak, Bo Suak Sub-district, Mueang District, Nan Province. In the past, it used to be one of the important pottery production centers in Nan Province. have their own unique patterns and production methods It is assumed that the production of ceramics at Ban Bo Suak began and developed in the reign of Chao Phraya Phon Thep Ruechai (1528 – 1559), which was the prosperous era of Nan Province. This kiln has been surveyed and studied preliminary by the Archaeological Division, Fine Arts Department since 1984 as a community archaeological site It is located at Ban Bo Suak Phatthana (ZVillage No. 10, Tambon Bo Suak, 17 kilometers from the city.) The furnace is sloping and has a chimney at the top. 2 ancient stoves have been restored and covered with building construction. The area under the house Organized as an exhibition showing artifacts from the kiln source.

There is also a Dong Pu Ho Museum, a center for information on the history of excavations. Bo Suak Archaeological Site which in the past was expected here Used to be a furnace that produced large pottery on an industrial scale. And is very popular in the northern area. As can be seen from the pottery of this source. to appear at the burial site in Omkoi District Chiang Mai Province and in Tak province by the technique of making pottery here influenced by the furnace.

San Kamphaeng and Wiang Ka Long kilns which is a group of kilns in Chiang Mai Province Shows the quality of the porcelain of the Ban Bo Suak kiln. which is widely used in the northern area.

Archaeologist's proof also know that Kilns and pottery of Ban Bo Suak Its age is comparable to the Si Satchanalai Kiln Site in Sukhothai. which is one of the important sources of chinaware kilns in Thailand as well.

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