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Toilet stand

Toilet stand

  • Place of origin:

    Thailand (made)

  • Date:

    19th century (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Unknown

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Rattan, woven

  • Museum number:

    413-1908

  • Gallery location:

    South-East Asia, Room 47a, case 4

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried

Physical description

Toilet stand made of finely split rattan, intricately woven. Tazza-shaped (saucer-shaped bowl on top of a pedestal) with a smooth rim.

Place of Origin

Thailand (made)

Date

19th century (made)

Artist/maker

Unknown

Materials and Techniques

Rattan, woven

Dimensions

Height: 15 cm, Diameter: 18.5 cm

Descriptive line

Toilet stand made of rattan, 19th century, Thailand

Labels and date

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OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

[1/10/2008]
OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

OFFERING DISH (THAI: PHAN)
Fern vine (Thai:Yaen Liphao)
Thailand
Ca. late 19th or early 20th century

413-1908

Woven basketry made either from split bamboo or fern vine was an integral part of life in 19th century Thailand and continues to be significant today in rural areas. The finest work such as this is made from vines split into three strands and woven after being dried.

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Materials

Rattan

Techniques

Weaving

Categories

Accessories

Collection

South & South East Asia Collection

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