【See report from Thailand】Queen Suthida of ThailandRecently, with Thai King Rama X Maha. Vajiralongkorn made his first official visit abroad to attend the coronation ceremony of King Charles III of England. The queen wears traditional and modern Thai clothes made of Thai silk, and has repeatedly appeared in the media. Among them, the “Thai-style Yan Lipao woven handbag” has been praised by foreign netizens and has become popular on social media, making Thai handicrafts popular internationally. shine. Thailand Public Television (PBS) has a special article introducing Yan Lipao’s craft and cultural connotation.
Tai elegant!Queen’s 3 Yan Lipao Woven Bags Stunning Internationally
Queen Suthida of Thailand in a series of coronation activitiesAmong them, a total of 4 sets of clothing and 3 handbags made by Yan Lipao appeared. The bags are small and exquisite, and complement the clothing, very elegant. Some foreign netizens praised this bag on Twitter and asked about the manufacturer, which received at least 170,000 views; some netizens also praised the Queen of Thailand for being particularly prominent among the royal family members, and the Thai style is impressive.
Thai craftsmanship has been passed down for a century and promoted by Queen Mother Sirikit
Yan Lipao is a transliteration of Thai ย่านลิเภา, which means Lygodium, which is a genus of ferns. The difference from other ferns is that the leaf shafts of Lygodium are flexible and slender.
Yan Lipao weaving craft has been handed down for a long time. It originated from Nakhon Si Thammarat in southern Thailand. It was recorded as early as the reign of Rama II. It became widely known during King Rama V, and the handbags made of Yan Lipao craft were welcomed by the upper class.However, the popularity of Thai craftsmanship, which has been passed down for hundreds of years, gradually declined in the 1970s.Queen SirikitWith the promotion, Yan Lipao Thai craftsmanship has made a comeback.
Jinsha mixed with gold and silver thread weaving complex techniques, less output
The golden sand plants are mainly produced in the provinces of Songkhla, Satun, Pattani, Tao Kong and Nakhon Si Thammarat. They can only be used after fine processing, including weaving, painting and decoration. In intricate weaving patterns, Can be mixed with gold, silver wire, etc.
Ferns have transformed into works of art, some selling for thousands of dollars. Due to the complicated and time-consuming process of making this kind of bag, craftsmen usually can only make 1 or 2 per month, so the price is relatively high. On the other hand, Yan Lipao handicrafts also symbolize community empowerment, which can benefit from planting to craftsmen, and also bring honor to the Thai people.
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