Do Si Satchanalai kilns produce celadon?
Sukhothai produced underglaze black wares only but they did not produce celadon. f The Si Satchanalai kilns in Si Satchanalai district, Sukhothai province.
What is Sisi Satchanalai historical park?
Si Satchanalai Historical Park contains the ruins of the ancient town of Si Satchanalai, an important town in the Sukhothai Kingdom in the 13 th and 14 th century. The 45 km 2 little visited park on the Yom river is set in a natural, forested area. Dozens of sites inside and outside of the old city walls have been excavated.
What is Si Satchanalai famous for?
Although Si Satchanalai is closely associated with the Sukhothai period of Thai history, Archaeological finds in the historical park suggests the location was inhabited as early as the 3rd and 4th centuries when the area was known as ‘Chaliang’. Visitors to the park can also see some Khmer-style ruins which pre-date the Sukhothai period.
Are Si Satchanalai ceramics available for sale?
A small number of pieces became available for sale, allowing some of the finest 15 th century Si Satchanalai ceramics ever seen to be offered to private collectors and museums around the world, including the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Very few pieces remain available for sale today.