12 Aug 2022 07:27 a.m.
Department of Silk Mulberry joins the exhibition “Contemporary Thai silk fromlocal thaito the international “in the “Phusa Art from Local to International” event, pleasing the audience. Ready to receive a shield of support agencies
On August 11, 65, General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand presided over the opening ceremony of “Phusa Art from Local to International”, which was held in honor of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit. Her Majesty the Queen The Queen Mother On the auspicious occasion of His Majesty the King’s 90th birthday on August 12, 2022 and is a campaign to promote the use of Thai fabrics. which is set on August 12 of every year It is the National Thai Cloth Day with Mr. Watcharapong Kaewhom, Deputy Director-General of the Royal Silk Department attending the event and receiving plaques from supporting agencies. From Mr. Ittithi Khunpluem, Minister of Culture at Royal Paragon Hall, 5th floor, Siam Paragon Shopping Center
Mr Watcharapong said Department of Mulberry Silkparticipated in the exhibition “Contemporary Thai silk from local Thai to international” by presenting royally bestowed peacock brand silk which Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn has graciously The Royal Thai Peacock symbol was given to be a product quality certification mark.Thai silk There are 4 types of peacock badges, gold, silver, blue and green. The Department has filed a trademark registration with the Department of Intellectual Property. Ministry of Commerce on February 16, 2004 to publicize the Royal Peacock Emblem to be known around the world. to prevent the use of such marks from re-registering trademarks as well as to add value and create confidence for consumers. The Department has registered the Royal Peacock Badge in 35 other countries, including the European Union, China, Norway, Malaysia, the United States, Singapore, England, India, Hong Kong and Japan. Thai silk care Both silk washing and silk ironing can be done by yourself.
In this work, the Silk Mulberry Department has integrated with silk entrepreneurs. in the show of woven silk “Swan pattern in lanterns and Nanapan flowers” from Chanok Fai Prae Mai shop. Which has received the standard certification mark of the Royal Peacock Green inspired by the desire to create swan-patterned fabrics in lanterns that are the regular pattern of Chiang Mai and want to solve the belief that women are forbidden from entering the area of Phra That Chedi because it will cause the spells in such places to deteriorate. no longer able to protect sanctuaries or objects Weaving the fabric into lantern and swan patterns It is like an important part in Phra That Chedi. or weaving flowers It is similar to a flower used as an offering to the relics of the Chedi. which women wear woven fabrics with such patterns as if to pay homage to the Buddha’s relics by himself There is also a show “Nak Ton Silk” from Khun Nai Thai Silk Shop which is dyed with natural colors The standing line is dyed with Tung Krua (lac) and the weft line is dyed with bark from which is a local plant Samut Songkhram Province Which has received a lot of attention from those who visit the exhibition.