ThoBoLarn is an ancient vessel of Thai covered urn which is indicated to replicate the Mount PhraSuMeRu: the mythical five-peaked sacred mountain of heaven that is home to all gods. The unique top cover is the lotus bud shape which is placed on the tiered bases called “Chatra”. The covered body has the four levels of the dome shape with a thin concave rim.
The shape of this urn is a proportionally wider vessel, which is high with a broad mouth and narrower holding capacity that implies wishes of the fostering and sustaining with the exuberance of life. This urn is shaped with a high pedestal base which represents the glorification and compliment, and is predominantly used for the cremated ashes of Royalty and is still used today.
Until today, this elegant urn has not only to become a collective item or a status symbol but also worth to be used as a cremation urn for the loved ones as before as an adult or keepsake urn.
DokKaw design is the orange jessamine flower which is a tropical evergreen plant native to South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Australia. The species is widely grown as an ornamental tree or hedge. DokKaw has a sweet fragrance and good form.
The main pattern of DokKaw is that the flowers, leaves, and stalks are drawn by switching colors and connecting them together on each row then switching colors on each column which gives a look of harmony combined with modern lively oriental art.