There are some interesting pieces of pentachromatic porcelain called Bencharong, nielloware, and niello silverware.


Drawing on paper by a French artist. Late 17th century A.D.



Ceremonial metal drums.


Niello silverware, Bangkok style, 19th century A.D.
A palanquin and umbrella belonged to the great-aunt of the Prince Chumbhot


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