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     Back in 1982, Mr. Suttiphong Maiwan turned 20-rai (8 acres) of land in Tambon Rimping in Lamphun Province into a production site for splendid earthenware using the local clay which is well known as Thailand’s thickest clay.

     Passionate about art, Mr. Suttiphong has created numerous retrospective sculptures, resulting in Baan Phor Liang Meun Thai Plant Garden, an earthenware gallery in the center of Chiang Mai. His works cover a wide range of styles such as Lanna, Thai, Hariphunchai, and Khmer.  These include wall hangings, bas-reliefs, high-reliefs, lanterns and archways, all of which are available in both domestic and international markets.

     From a family business, Mr.Suttiphong has expanded to over 150 rai (60 acres) of land. He has created an art and nature conservation tourist site where flowers mentioned in Thai literature, Bonsai and other rare plants can be found.  In addition, visitors can join an interesting pottery workshop and create their own piece of art. 

     Visit and learn the earthenware production process in detail together with a visit to the source of raw materials.  Furthermore, the full production procedures of pottery, bas/high-wall decoration items, and ancient bricks production in dragon ovens (Tao-Mang-Gorn) are also available for visitors.  Visitors can purchase products while admiring an earthenware display at the same time

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