The story of Thai Art Bronzeware dated back as far as the 10th century. Bronze, as an alloy, was found to be the most ideal for making of idols to represent the mythological image of Lord Buddha. Bronze thus has a touch deity in it and bronzeware may be considered thing of culture.
The alloy as subsequently developed for household utility, such as for making cutlery and utensils and also for making ornaments.
The unique quality of durability of bronze has been on the increase after Bangkok became the capital of Thailand. Handmade Thai Art Bronzeware become widely known to foreigners after World War II. The allied troops came to Thailand and discovered this dramatic art, then bought these fine pieces of Tablewares and presented to their families when they returned homes.
Since that time the ancient art of bronzeware has come to be recognized in modern homes all over the world for its beauty exquisite.