Ceramics Museum Southeast Asia

Ceramics Museum Southeast Asia

Asian Ceramics Museum is located in southeast of Bangkok University. Rangsit Campus. Klongnueng. Luang district. Pathum Thani province was established in 2543 showcasing traditional wares of more than 2,000 guest list to encourage the appreciation and recognize. 
Value of the wares. And to the Research and Training Center on Contemporary Ceramics Art and History of all the antiquities. Ceramics produced from 
Sources such as white porcelain stove in Thailand Sukhothai Wares Lanna and Ayutthaya wares. Including ceramics made from incinerator abroad That found in Thailand, such as Chinese wares. Wares Vietnam and Myanmar as ceramics museum is divided into permanent exhibition room. Temporary exhibition room. Book shops and souvenir products. 

Building Exhibition has been designed as a single storey building. Adjacent to the artificial waterfall. Some of the underground Mimic the design of furnaces are often buried underground. There is also a research library. And are about to add warehouse º Ã Want substances in the ceramics used as another source of information and instruction. Outside of the museum’s. A stove burner stove first two models of a stove imitation of northern Thailand And a stove burneris a mimic of the Sukhothai people potter.

The Museum’s collection. Will focus on ceramics in Southeast Asia. Mainly produced in the Kingdom of Thailand or add imported into the Kingdom of Thailand since ancient times. These wares manufacture groups in neighboring countries including China, Tao, Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia with prehistoric ceramics were found from a series of Ban Chiang and central Thailand And Khmer ceramics produced from Phanom Dong Tao Rex and groups in the province of Buriram Phanom burner. Kung play in Siem Reap. Museum is also a source of collecting ceramics have been found by manyExcavations of Tak – Omkoi the West of Thailand’s largest, which can be accessed easily. And the fact that as the first museum shows the time sequence of the wares of Thai exports.

Bangkok University is committed to making this Museum Ceramics Research Center and Library Resources as the source collection of wares important one in Southeast Asia.