East Meets West Dinnerware(36 items)
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Featured Reviews on East Meets West Dinnerware
This Made A Beautiful Gift
I bought two of these originally for myself. My sister saw them and admired them, so I ordered two for her. They are truly heirloom quality items, to be cherished forever.
Exquisite Beautiful Mug
Impress your guests with these one-of-a-kind porcelain mugs. They make a fine gift that will be cherished forever.
Beautiful and functional!
I love celadon and, when I originally ordered this bowl, intended to use it for serving; however, in these pandemic times, Im finding it the perfect size for comfort foods such as rice dishes and noodles!
Duangkamol Handmade ceramic tableware and decor accessories
"I hope more people will understand and appreciate the art of Celadon ceramic. Each piece that I make has many stories to tell."
Popular East Meets West Dinnerware
Handcrafted Celadon Ceramic Plates from Thailand (pair), "Enchanted Orchids"
Expert in the antique art of celadon ceramic, Duangkamol designs these exquisite small plates. Adorned with slightly raised orchids, the plates are crafted by hand and feature a slightly crackled glazed finish.
White Porcelain Lidded Benjarong Mug with Gold Application, "Thai Elixir"$67.99
This white porcelain mug highlights the delicate elegance of Thailand's Benjarong artistry. Panida Tamjun finds the perfect balance between tradition and innovation as she includes classic Thai batik patterns into her designs. The mug with a regal elephant for a handle, lid and a saucer, is painted by hand in the distinctive colors of Benjarong, blue, red, and yellow, and detailed with applications of 2.6k gold paint.
Benjarong White Elephant Coffee Mug and Lid with Gold Paint, "Thai Iyara"$59.99
Pink and red lotuses detailed with 2.6k gold applications celebrate the legendary art of Benjarong. Featuring a sturdy elephant for a handle, this white porcelain mug is designed by Panida Tamjun. She is inspired by the classic batik motifs of southern Thailand. The mug, lid and saucer, are all painted by hand with detailed artistry.