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On Ko Kret island here are many artisans producing pottery . They are made by hand and follow the old traditional Mon style. Mon people have always been skillful in pottery since their settlement in the delta of Irawadi River. Later, at the time of Mon?s installation to Thailand during the Thonburi era, pottery has become since then Nonthaburi?s oldest handicraft and symbol with the notably beautiful characteristic Mon design. Mon pottery, is known for its baked unglazed red clay carved with intricate patterns.
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On Ko Kret island here are many artisans producing pottery . They are made by hand and follow the old traditional Mon style.  Mon people have always been skillful in pottery since their settlement in the delta of Irawadi River. Later, at the time of Mon?s installation to Thailand during the Thonburi era, pottery has become since then Nonthaburi?s oldest handicraft and symbol with the notably beautiful characteristic Mon design. Mon pottery, is known for its baked unglazed red clay carved with intricate patterns.