Silver Art Myanmar

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Handmade Silver Art in Myanmar

 

In the coutry arts and crafts are known as (ten kinds of flowers or Pan Se Pwin) Amongst them is Pan Tein or silver smith, creating silver wares. Creating silver wares dates back more than a thousand years. Hollow silver casket and votive offerings

were discovered in the mounds of old shrines in Sri Khestra of the Pyu period, figures of Buddha and Arhats in low relief were also found there.

The Glass Palace Chronicle (Hman Nan Yazawin)

also described that when Bagan King Anawrahta sacked Thaton and brought Buddhist sculpture and other artifacts back, the King procured also sculptures, turnery works, painting, decorative works in relief with stucco, gold and silverware, etc.

These material evidence are concrete proof beyond doubt that silver art is existing since the days of yore.

 

Buddha Altar
Buddha Altar
Silver art relief
Silver art relief from a monastery
handmade silver
Handmade silver works of small pots

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

  Silverware set
Silverware set
Silver Silverware
Silver Silverware hammered to become a pot
creating bowls
creating bowls
embossed flower vases
embossed flower vases
silver silverware shop
Silver art works shop
 
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