Chang Thai Tea Set

Pewter products, Thai craftsmanship
Thai Elephant Tea Set One Thai identity by Royal Thai Pewter
Thai handicraft, Thai style design, reflecting Thai traditional culture By skilled craftsmen for over 30 years, transferring work on pewter products Created as a living room, decoration, set of souvenirs, souvenirs available for all occasions Including various special occasions
Royal Thai Pewter Company Limited is proud of the craftsmanship of Thai people who are delicate and delicate, not losing any nation in the world. Our products have both Thai patterns. And foreign pattern Allow customers to buy as needed.

Royal Pewter

Pewter products, Thai craftsmanship
Royal Pewter We offer a wide range of pewter products to choose from. And using a combination of tin and other products such as glass, wood, ceramics, etc., designed together with pewter by skilled craftsmen for more than 30 years, resulting in beautiful, elegant, modern, modern or antique pieces
For customers who want a new model Or have their own products, we are happy to produce them for your needs

Royal Pewter offers services for producing OEM products for customers as well.


Royal Pewter Gallery

Pewter products, Thai craftsmanship


Royal Pewter would like to offer Pewter products using alloy materials between 97% pure tin, 2% copper, 1% antimony in the production of appliances. Jewelry, decorations and souvenirs, etc. We also have many styles for you to choose.

If returning to the first era of tin for at least 2000 years during the Roman Empire In this era, the first household appliances were used, most of which consisted of a pitcher with a lid, a tin plate and a candlestick, about the 12th century. And in the homes of wealthy merchants and churches Later, it was used in taverns and cottages.

Nowadays, it becomes a fashion to buy pewter for daily use instead of silverware.

It can be seen that the Pewter product has a long history. We can see from the design. Various pattern patterns Beautiful on pewter products

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