The Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles offers a line of handcrafted products that combine Thai with Indonesian influences.
This Mat Mii silk clutch made with silk fabric combines a number of ikat patterns into one arresting design that will turn heads.
Complete the classical elegance concept with a pair of silk earrings that perfectly embodies the minimalist philosophy.
This “Parang” motif usually found in Indonesian batik comes to life in the form of a glamorous tumbler. The skillful workmanship and bold patterns characterise this style that is unique to Yogyakarta court batik.
“Sirikit” batik pattern bag
This striking cotton bag, printed with the “Sirikit” batik pattern from Yogyakarta, was inspired by the beauty of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother and named in her honour. It was created in commemoration of Their Majesties’ state visit to Indonesia in 1960.
Batik print scarf (satin/chiffon)
This floral printed scarf uses the Sarung pattern from Pekalongan in Central Java. The style has become so popular that today, floral batik from Pekalongan city is often referred to as “boketan” (or “bouquet”).
Mat Mii silk belt bag
Hold all your valuables together in one place with this belt bag made with leather and Mat Mii (Ikat) silk produced by villagers from northeastern Thailand who are members of the SUPPORT Foundation of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother.