Chok Cloth of Thailand – Stamps on Thailand Heritage Conservation Day 2000

Chok Cloth of Thailand – Stamps on Thailand Heritage Conservation Day 2000

Chok Cloth  is considered to be the most complicated type of weaving. The designs of chok are made by using a porcupine’s quill to pick or raise certain threads. The textile was brought by Lao Phuan people who were allowed to settle in Sukhothai Province during reign of King Rama III.

Thailand issued a set of Four stamps on Chok cloth designs on 02 Apr 2000.

3 baht – Hat Sieto  sub-district,Si -Satchanalai District,Sukhothai Province

6 baht -Mue Chaem district, Chiang Mai province

8 baht – Ban Rai district ,Uthai Thani province

12 baht – Khu Bua Sub- district,Muang District,Ratchaburi Province

A FDC is listed.

THAILAND HERITAGE CONSERVATION DAY 2000
CHOK CLOTH DESIGNS – STAMPS OF THAILAND 2000

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