The shape of this jar/ urn is short, round and fat with a narrow mouth and a flared base for stability, but the outside of the jar is painted with a high base look which implies to the glorification and compliment.
In the past, this jar was often used to contain liqueur, which was also used to store rainwater which was collected out the front of Thai houses. The smaller sized jars contained betel nuts and leaves.
Today, this strong and exquisite jar/ urn has to became the collective item or a status symbol, so it is worth to be used as a cremation urn for the loved ones.
The 8 inches or smaller size can be used for adult or keepsake urn and the 12 inches or larger size can be used for companion 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.