Wood Carvings

Thai people are very adept at the art of woodcarving. This can be seen throughout history; Buddha Image carving, graceful temple doors, church buildings, intricate wall murals in all the temples across Thailand, neatly carved fruit, the wood-carved picture at the beginning of Rattanakosin Reign at the National Museum.

Woodcarving is a rural art. Generally, it has been seen in the northern part of Thailand. Since then there have been numerous teak objects as villagers tried to make many different uses of the remaining of teak from the trunk. They made ornaments for their home of local animals such as elephants. The skill of wood carving has been passed down from generation to generation.

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