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Thai royal court gown

Thai Style Studio 1984 Thai royal court gown 1
Thai mural painting at Wat Mai Thep Nimit
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Thai mural painting at Buddhaisawan Chapel

A royal court gown, ever since the Ayutthaya dynasty until Rathanakhosin, has been considered as the exclusive item of clothings. It was either worn on the occasion of royal Investiture or granted by the monarch to the royalties, aristocrats, or high-ranking officials. Hence the gown is representing the status and the prestige of those who wear them. Gown wearing has become a royal practice in various states both in Asia and Europe. In the case of Thailand, the historical evidence has suggested that the monarch has gifted the royals and officials with a gown, as a medal of their great contribution since the Ayutthaya era and the tradition continues up until today.

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The exhibit of the gown
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The exhibit of the gown
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The exhibit of the gown

‘Lom Pok’ is an oval-shaped headgear similar to Chada. The gear was heavily influenced by Persian Turban.

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The exhibit of Lom Pok
 
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The exhibit of Lom Pok
 
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The exhibit of Lom Pok
 
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Thai mural painting at Wat Chong Nonsi
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Thai mural painting at Buddhaisawan Chapel

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