Thai Aluminum Home Decor(36 items)
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Striking asian wall art
The detail of the carving is spectacular as well as the creative design. The framing and background material make the dragon stand out.
The Boonnak's home witnessed the birth of silver crafting in Thailand at the turn of the 20th century. King Chulalongkorn was patron of the arts and settled Burmese craftsmen the area.
"Our region's designs are all special. Each one is unique and grandiose." Her soft words echo the proud sentiments passed on by her family... read more
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Aluminum repousse panel, "Blissful Relationship"
Thiva Boonnak invokes the presence of Huang, the mythological bird of East Asia that reigns over all other birds. The male version, Feng, was fused with Huang and therefore they became known as Fenghuang, a female entity to be paired with the Chinese dragon. Together they augur a blissful marriage as they represent husband and wife. Fenghuang is known in the West as the Chinese phoenix and she symbolizes the concept of yin and yang, as well as high virtue and grace. Fenghuang's beauty is captured with magnificent artistry in this repoussé panel framed in rain tree wood.
Aluminum Elephant Jungle Decorative Box from Thailand, "Luscious Jungle"
Designed by Thailand's Saifon, this decorative box is crafted of wood and accented with embossed aluminum sheet that depicts elephants among a luscious jungle. Executed with a high level of detail, the box features four drawers that slide open for storing small items.
Aluminum repousse panel, "Life with the Elephants"
Towering trees surround a lumber camp in a historic view of Thailand. Thiva Boonnak turns her eye to bygone days in this exquisite repoussé panel. Rolling great logs with their tusks and pulling down trees with powerful trunks, elephants were tireless workers in Siam's forest industry.
This gleaming panel is framed in rain tree wood.
Aluminum Repousse Panel, "The Dragon and the Pearl"
Inspired by ancient myths, Thiva Boonnak portrays with exquisite detail in aluminum repoussé, a dragon holding a pearl. Pearls were believed to be the tears of the moon, and some were swallowed by oysters, some were guarded by dragons, and others were bestowed upon those who needed it, like in the tale of a boy called Xiao Sheng. He found a magical pearl that seemed to multiply all that was around it. Though Xiao Sheng shared its gifts with the rest of the villagers, some demanded that the pearl itself had to be shared. The boy swallowed it and became so thirsty he drank all the water in the river, and then began to turn into a dragon. Everyone recognized the pearl as the legendary Pearl of the River Dragon, the most coveted and beloved treasure. When Xiao Sheng fully became a dragon he brought the much-needed rain and carved a river as a way of saying farewell.